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Politics of a marriage Despite political differences, Jewish values unite Squirrel Hill couple By David Rullo | Staff Writer A ‘bleeding heart conservative’ and a ‘very moderate liberal Democrat’ living together in perfect harmony
Israel Tours Zoom tours to Israel transport visitors from the comfort of home By Kayla Steinberg Rabbi Jonty Blackman will give monthly tours through Classrooms Without Borders centered around a theme and one or more locations. BaseballPandemic sports Baseball devotees share mixed emotions on abridged season By Kayla Steinberg “On the one hand, I do miss baseball,” said Pirates fan Elan Sokol. “On the other hand, I feel like baseball coming back the way it is, there’s a lot of uncertainty.” Holocaust After hunting Nazis for 40 years, Efraim Zuroff remains committed to the cause By Kayla Steinberg The Nazi hunter spoke about bringing perpetrators to justice in the Classrooms Without Borders post-film discussion of “The Accountant of Auschwitz.” HolocaustNow on DeSean Jackson’s post-pandemic schedule: Visiting Auschwitz By Cnaan Liphshiz Fighting Anti-SemitismSteeler Zach Banner speaks against anti-Semitism after DeSean Jackson comments RetailShein, an online clothing retailer, was selling a swastika necklace By Ben Sales COVID-19 JFCS virtual events help to match employers with job seekers By By Justin Vellucci | Special to the Chronicle About two dozen companies and potential employees attended the online event. Art A portrait of the artist: Raphael Eisenberg By Adam Reinherz Squirrel Hill resident and portrait artist Raphael Eisenberg reflects on seeing and being seen Book reviewNovel based on author's personal experience ‘Ferramonti’ peers inside overlooked Italian concentration camp By By Paul Paolicelli | Special to the Chronicle Book provides insight into ‘psychological, social and spirititual’ life of those forced into the camp COVID-19 Clear the way for the Goldmans because they’re not slowing down By Adam Reinherz COVID-19 Pittsburgh day camps and schools struggle with new face mask mandate To cover or not to cover, that is the question COVID-19COVID-19 forces Jewish conversions to adapt to once-in-a-century challenge By David Rullo | Staff Writer COVID-19Jewish camp delays start date after counselor tests positive for coranvirus By Ben Sales JTA COVID-19Israel thought it had crushed COVID-19. Then cases surged. By Sam Sokol Books Summer books preview By Jesse Bernstein Tomes for all tastes FoodSimplest stovetop suppers, vegetarian-style By Keri White Jewish Cinema‘An American Pickle’ trailer debuts By Gabe Friedman JTA Reader Survey Looking for feedback Letters Letters to the editor Readers respond
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Congregation Beth Shalom’s C&C Theatre Talk

July 13 , 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm Tue 14

Monday Talmud Study

July 14 , 9:15 am - 10:00 am Tue 14

Your Money: What Jewish Ethics Has to Say

July 14 , 10:00 am - 11:00 am Tue 14

Middle School Weekly Summer Book Club: “Refugee” by Alan Gratz

July 14 , 10:00 am - 11:30 am Wed 15

Mindfulness and Meditation for Stress Management

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