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A Monument to the World Before the Holocaust

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In a Heartbreaking New Work, Peter Forgacs Uses Old Home Movies To Recreate Jewish Life By Anya Ulinich Peter Forgács’s beautiful and heartbreaking video installation “Letters to Afar” at the Museum of the City of New York consists of several video projections accompanied by music and narration. The audio comes from speakers that hang from the ceiling inside […]

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Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Nancy Danino – the sultry voice singer/songwriter

Category : Nightlife

Born in Israel and raised in France, the sultry voice of singer/songwriter Nancy Danino has been the highlight of everything from film soundtracks to Scandinavian pop hits. Her very first collaboration was with the YELLOW PRODUCTION team of techno/acid jazz sound designers, appearing on their 1999 Psychodelico album (Bob Sinclar). Techno artist SNOOZE heard the album, fell […]

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Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Jerusalem Post NY Annual Conference “The New Israeli Government: Facing the Deadline” June 7, 2015 – Marriott Marquis in New York City

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Rudy Giuliani, Gilad Erdan, Senator Bob Menendez, Isaac Herzog, Ron Lauder, Ron Prosor, Gabi Ashkenazi & Meir Dagan will adress 1500 people on U.S-Israel relations, global terrorism & rise of antisemitism   The fourth Jerusalem Post NY Conference, which will be held on June 7, 2015  at the Marriott Markey, Times Square New York, is entitled, […]

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Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Discover the hidden heritage treasures of JEWISH BUDAPEST – HUNGARY

Category : Popular Articles

A MUST SEE DESTINATION –    Discover the hidden heritage treasures of JEWISH BUDAPEST – HUNGARY   I was recently invited to participate in a Jewish Heritage press trip to Budapest,Hungary.During this press trip. I experienced the most amazing and unforgettableCity of Budapest filled with rich history  and exotic beauty. It is considered the most sophisticated of […]

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Tuesday, December 9th, 2014

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NYC :RESTAURANT OPENINGS, CLOSINGS & UPDATES

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NYC :RESTAURANT OPENINGS, CLOSINGS & UPDATES By: Great Kosher Restaurants MANHATTAN    Bravo Kosher Burgers & Deli Opened in Downtown NY Monday The owners of the famed Bravo Pizza have opened a Glatt Kosher meat restaurant in downtown Manhattan. Bravo Kosher Burgers & Deli, which opened on Monday for walk ins and will start to […]

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Thursday, November 27th, 2014

Ashdod lures tourists with fun, sun and history

Category : Editor's Picks

Already done Tel Aviv? Look south to Ashdod for your next Israel beach vacation with options for sports, leisure, music and archeological explorations – By  Abigail Klein Leichman     The port of Ashdod has been a gateway into the land of Israel for millennia. These days, as tens of thousands of tourists arrive on […]

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Monday, January 20th, 2014

Jewish Cultural Festival

Category : Events & Festivals

New York Jewish Travel Guide The Fifth Annual Jewish Cultural Festival returned to Temple Israel on Sunday, June 7. The entire community—both Jewish and non-Jewish –were invited to share our traditions and learn about us and our faith. We expanded our offerings to include additional entertainment for your listening and viewing pleasure,  an Israeli-themed petting zoo, […]

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Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

THE 27RD INTERNATIONAL KLEZMER FESTIVAL -August 18th – August 20th

Category : Events & Festivals

New York Jewish Travel Guide – Tens of thousands of international and local visitors are expected to attend this years (18-20.08.14) International Klezmer Festival in Zefat. The biggest festival of Jewish soul music in the world that is in its 27rd year in Zefat. The Klezmer Festival is no doubt one of the biggest events […]

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Tuesday, July 30th, 2013

IN PHOTOS: A look inside Jewish Marakech

Category : Top 10

Marrakech, with it tiny Jewish population, is a welcoming city for Jewish visitors with over 30,000 a year coming from Israel, many of them on heritage trips. By Harry D. Wall and Jewish Discoveries Searching for Jewish heritage in Marrakech, once the heartland of Moroccan Jewish life, can be challenging. The Mellah, or the walled district […]

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Wednesday, July 17th, 2013

10 must-see fountains in Israel

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Musical, magical, colorful, cooling and full of splash, fountains throughout Israel are a delight for visitors. By Viva Sarah Press The Bellagio in Las Vegas, Italy’s Trevi, Singapore’s Fountain of Wealth and Austria’s Swarovski Crystal Head Fountain are among the best known water-spouting attractions around the world. Most major cities maintain at least one artistic fountain […]

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Wednesday, July 17th, 2013
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