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The Jewish Community Center will hold its annual meeting on Tuesday, June 14.
Congregation Tikkun v’Or, 2550 N. Triphammer Rd., Ithaca, will hold
“Being on the Mountain: A Celebration of Shavuot” with Rabbi Jeff Roth, a
teacher of Jewish Mindfulness Meditation, on Saturday-Sunday, June
Jerusalem is a city of gold, bronze and light, at least according to
Naomi Shemer’s anthem “Jerusalem of Gold.” For some, it’s a holy place,
one where they feel closer to God. For others, its religious aspects are
less important: it’s just a place to live, much like any other. The
contradictions inherent in these two ideas make Jerusalem an excellent
background for writers looking to tell a wide variety of stories.
While practicing listening to music with my cochlear implant, I’ve been
mining songs from my younger days. In order for something to actually
sound like music, I have to be able to hear the melody in my head.
That’s much easier with older songs; meaning music that was popular in
the 1960s and ‘70s.