Shalom Y’all: New Rabbi Lights Up Southern Town

After her historic ordination and the swarm of press coverage it triggered, mainstream Judaism’s first black woman rabbi, Alysa Stanton, settles into her new role, leading a small congregation in Greenville, N.C

Visa Issues Lead to a Shortage of Religious Staffers

A pathway used by many Jewish institutions to bring foreign religious and educational workers into the United States is tightening due to increased scrutiny from immigration authorities.

At Reform Biennial, Yoffie Pushes For Jewish Eating

When Rabbi Eric Yoffie, president of the Union for Reform Judaism, delivers his Saturday-morning sermon at the group’s biennial conference, he sets the movement’s priorities for the coming two years. His message in Toronto this month was: Let’s eat like Jews.

Sir Ian Knows What It?s Like

His years as a closeted gay man gave actor Ian McKellen an understanding, he says, of Jews who hid during the Holocaust.

Prestigious Award for Israeli Choreographer

Dancer, choreographer, innovator ? many words have been used to describe Ohad Naharin, artistic director of Israel?s premier modern dance group, the Batsheva Dance Company. But Dance Magazine, in its 2009 award, given at a ceremony November 9 in New York, simply called him the man who ?revolutionized international dance.?

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