Issue 2

Friday, January 13, 2017

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TC-TI adult education program “The Diversity of Judaism” to be held on Jan. 22

The Temple Israel/Temple Concord Adult Education Group will present the next program in its series of brunch programs on Sunday, January 22, at 10 am, at Temple Israel, 4737 Deerfield Pl., Vestal. Speaking on “The Diversity of Judaism” will be Thalia Halpert Rodis, from the organization Jews in ALL Hues.

TC Sisterhood book review program on Jan. 29

Rabbi Rachel Esserman will review three novels at a Temple Concord Sisterhood program on Sunday, January 29, at 1 pm, at 9 Riverside Dr., Binghamton.

Music and faith intertwine for cantor

Eitan Katz will perform on Saturday, January 28, at 8 pm, in the C4 multi-purpose hall at Binghamton University. The program will feature his traditional Jewish music, which is intended to both inspire and entertain with a positive Jewish message.

Features

Book review: A glimpse of early American life

In America during the 1820s, the class hierarchy was clear, but it puzzles Abrahan Bento Sassaporta Naggar in Mary Glickman’s “An Undisturbed Peace” (Open Road Integrated Media).

Opinion

Looking on the bright side

My basic nature is not a particularly cheerful one. A friend once compared me to Charlie Brown, the Peanuts character for whom things never seem to go right. However, sometimes our changing our frame of mind can change how we feel – at least for matters of a personal nature.

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