Wednesday, July 1, 2015 Tammuz 14, 5775

The Calendar

Wed. Jul 1
Society Hill Synagogue
9:00 AM-6:00 PM
Wed. Jul 1
National Museum of American Jewish History
10:30 AM-5:30 PM
Thu. Jul 2
National Museum of American Jewish History
6:30 PM



The Jewish Exponent took 1st prize in the annual American Jewish Press Asssociation Awards for Best Digital Outreach.
8 hours 34 min ago
Bible Raps brings you Matt Bar rapping Adorable Lullaby - Dream a Dream along with students from area congregations.
1 day 8 min ago
1st person account from 70th-anniversary commemoration of liberation of Dora & Buchenwald is captured.
1 day 2 hours ago
Rachel Levine takes reins for medical team in Harrisburg & becomes PA' 1st openly transgendered Physician General.
1 day 4 hours ago
Oren's take on Israeli-US relations, particularly those between Obama & Bibi, have been subject of intense scrutiny.
1 day 6 hours ago
8 Philly area teens to embark for Israel. Part of cultural exchange program in conjunction with Israel Tennis Centers
1 day 9 hours ago
In nuclear talks between Iran & others, it’s deadline time. A 5 point memo circulated by AIPAC has been influential.
1 day 10 hours ago
A new immersive experience brings Marvel superheroes to virtual life.
2 days 2 hours ago
2 Rabbis discuss showing the younger generation the good Israel does & inviting them into actual experience of Israel
2 days 4 hours ago
The worldwide Jewish population is approaching the size it was before the Holocaust.
2 days 6 hours ago
Anti-BDS legislation passed as part of trade agreement legislation.
2 days 8 hours ago
5 famous Israeli chefs were asked to define their favorite Israeli salad. Of course the 5 chefs came up with 6 salads
5 days 1 hour ago
A Christian minister, a Muslim chaplain and a Jewish rabbi are competing in a triathlon later this month.
5 days 3 hours ago
The Jewish community in Charleston, S.C., reached out to comfort and support their neighbors.
5 days 5 hours ago
The Drexel president makes his case for honoring Noam Chomsky.
5 days 7 hours ago
“They ask for equal dignity in the eyes of the law. The Constitution grants them that right.”
5 days 7 hours ago
Drexel University presented an honorary degree to Noam Choms & many people saw the decision as an affirmation of hate
5 days 8 hours ago
Drexel Controversy, Harvey Passes Away and Jewish Population News -
5 days 9 hours ago
Israeli life sciences companies brought their technologies to the annual BIO conference, held in Philly this year.
6 days 2 hours ago
Read the Jewish Exponent this week in print or by clicking this link. #localphillyjewishnews
6 days 4 hours ago
Noam Chomsky's honorary doctorate from Drexel has become a much-debated decision in some circles.
6 days 6 hours ago
Denise worries about her 3 kids, as her family prepares to take flight to Israel. For a year. Maybe two. Maybe more.
6 days 10 hours ago
Harvey Pollack, one of the most legendary names in Philadelphia sports history, died Tuesday night at 93.
1 week 5 hours ago
Our blogger Miriam, looks at the best way to handle a needy, scapegoating friend.
1 week 12 hours ago
Neo-Nazis preparing to rally at an event that promises “Jewish book burning and Jewish flag destruction”.
1 week 1 day ago