Just before authorities released the names of the victims of the Boulder, Colorado shooting, Liz Hanson woke up and got dressed, slipping into a pair of tie-dyed pants she bought at the store of her friend Lonna Bartkowiak.
These past few days, as Passover approaches, I am thinking of the Four Children of the Haggadah.
The virtual event will include rabbis, singers, and musicians from congregations in the Boulder area who will share prayers and thoughts.
One year after the shooting at the Poway Chabad near San Diego, the wounds endure.
The Rauh Jewish Archives is racing against time to conserve the letters and spontaneous memorials sent to Pittsburgh after the Tree of Life shooting.
Dozens of Jewish schools in the borough will be installing the doors to keep out attackers, according to the Israel-based manufacturer.
This is what they do: Lie about me; incite harassment campaigns against me; spread the lies in columns + interviews.
The woman, who dated the shooter for a few months, said that he often joked about having dark thoughts, but she chalked it up to is bipolar disorder.
More than $60,000 of that total was raised by the Tree of Life congregation, which was targeted by an anti-Semitic gunman five months prior.
He wanted to emulate the Poway synagogue shooter “except with a Nazi uniform on.”