Arts


Storyteller Will Entertain at Combined Jewish Women’s Organizations Meeting

Through guitar and song, storyteller Bonnie Greenberg will take the audience around the globe with tales from Israel, Japan, Ghana and Mexico.Read More


Calendar Raises Funds to Complete Film About Polish Synagogue

By Penny Schwartz

The core exhibit in the modernistic building will be a nearly full-scale replica of parts of The Gwozdziec Synagogue.Read More


Dance Choreography at the JCC

Participants will learn dance technique in sections, until a dance routine is completed.Read More


MFA Acquires Judaica Collection

The collection represents one of the largest and most varied Judaica collections in AmericaRead More


PEM's Impressionists on the Water

By Shelley A. Sackett

A new look at old favoritesRead More


Fresh Approach Attracts Young Jews

By Penny Schwartz

New Center Now offers young Jews the opportunity to explore Jewish cultural life through innovative, hip programs.Read More


Marilyn Riseman: Short in Stature, High on Haute Couture

By Sheila Barth

Marilyn Riseman died on Tuesday, March 4, at age 86. Last fall, the Journal interviewed Boston’s well-known fashion maven.Read More


In Greece, Synagogue Serves as Reminder of Jewish Life

By Phyllis Steinberg

Although few Jews remain in Rhodes, a synagogue and Holocaust memorial harken back to a time when Jewish life thrived on this Southern Greek isle.Read More


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