Issue 39

Friday, September 23, 2016

Local News

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Memorial service at Holocaust Memorial Monument to be held on October 9

Area rabbis will lead a memorial service at the Holocaust Memorial Monument in the Temple Israel Cemetery, located on Conklin Avenue in Conklin, on Sunday, October 9, at 10:30 am.

Soviet Holocaust film to be screened at Cornell

A free screening of the rarely-seen Soviet Holocaust film “Eastern Corridor,” followed by a discussion with film scholar Olga Gershenson, of Umass-Amherst, will be held as part of the “Technologies of Memory” program on Thursday, September 29, at 7 pm, at Cornell University in the Willard Straight Theatre, Central Campus.

Federation event looked to “nourish our roots for the future”

“Nourish the roots that sustain our community” was the theme of the Jewish Federation of Broome County’s Super Sunday and Annual Meeting event on September 18.

Transcript of thanks for Yasher Koach award winners

Comments read at the Federation's annual meeting on September 18 honored the Yasher Koach award winners for 2016.

Features

Feature: Tales of two cities

The desire to recreate a place that lives only in memory: that phrase summarizes short story collections by Helen Maryles Shankman and Abraham Karpinowitz. The two works of connected tales recall a Europe and a reality that no longer exist.

Opinion

The blessing of eating

Most of us take for granted the physical act of eating because we don’t have a reason to think about it.

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