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Search result: Monday May 4, 2015
Star-studded event marks Jacob Schwartz's 18th birthdayTORONTO — Eighteen-year-olds often receive concert tickets for their birthday, but last month, Jacob Schwartz was given a full concert to...read more...
Sons pay tribute to the music of Milton BarnesJewish Music Week opens this year with a tribute to the music of Milton Barnes, including a performance of Harbord Street, a composition that was...read more...
Liberman resigns as foreign minister, will not join coalition governmentAvigdor Liberman said his Yisrael Beiteinu party would not join the new government coalition and he was resigning as foreign minister. Liberman, who...read more...
Netanyahu meets with Ethiopian who was beaten upIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised the Ethiopian-Israeli soldier who was beaten by police officers for coming out against violence,...read more...
Search result: Sunday May 3, 2015
Toronto Jewish Music Week keeps on growingJewish Music Week is back this spring with larger daytime venues and new community partners. The popular annual festival, running this year from...read more...
Search result: Thursday April 30, 2015
Jewish groups raise money for Nepal quake reliefAlthough they’re halfway across the world, Canadian Jewish organizations are collecting money to help the hundreds of thousands of people...read more...
Search result: Wednesday April 29, 2015
Parents hope to save special ed schoolTORONTO — Parents who have children enrolled at the Merle Levine Academy (MLA), a private school for students with learning difficulties,...read more...
Give young Jews reasons to be 'lovers of Israel': rabbiTORONTO — As Rabbi Donniel Hartman reflected on his Zionist youth, he recalled that as a bar mitzvah boy he had “bought” a tree in...read more...
Pourquoi faut-il retraduire en français Mordecai Richler?L’un des plus prestigieux Éditeurs francophones du Québec et du Canada, les Éditions du Boréal, a annoncé r...read more...
Tarragon production blends Bollywood and the BardShakespeare and Bollywood aren’t often thought of in tandem. But Tarragon Theatre’s adaption of Much Ado About Nothing blends the two...read more...

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