Facebook Twitter LinkedIn By Ken Garfield With faith and determination, the Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte launched its annual campaign to raise money for righteous causes, and raise voices against prejudice. The 2023 Main Event on Jan. 19, the first in-person celebration
By Ron Kampeas January, 29, 2023 (JTA) — A 13-year-old Palestinian boy shot and wounded an Israeli man and his son outside Jerusalem’s Old City walls, police said, in one of multiple
Ron Kampeas This is a developing story. (JTA) January 27, 2023 A shooting attack on a synagogue in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Neve Yaakov killed at least eight people on Friday, a
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn By Susan Cherin The Levine Jewish Community Center’s popular Charlotte Jewish Film Festival (CJFF) is back for its 19th year from February 4 to 26, 2023. The All Festival
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Three years ago, a careful and thorough analysis of growing agency and community needs clarified the need to grow Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte’s (JFGC) Annual Campaign to $5
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn After years of planning, developing, and constructing, Friendship Circle is excited to announce and invite the community to the Grand Opening of its Inclusive Fun Zone. This 6,000 sq.
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn (JTA) December 8, 2022 — Volodymyr Zelensky, the Jewish president of Ukraine, was named Time’s “person of the year” on Wednesday for galvanizing “the world in a way we
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn By Julie Loftis, JFS Marketing Specialist By Julie Loftis, JFS Marketing SpecialistCo-chairs, Adina Loewensteiner and Andrew Bernstein, are excited to announce the honorees for Live Laugh Give 2023. “This
Facebook Twitter LinkedIn By Ron Kampeas WASHINGTON (JTA) December 2, 2022 — President Joe Biden, reacting after the latest station in Kanye West’s dolorous journey, explained that Hitler was bad and the
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