issue 49

Wednesday, December 04, 2019

Local News

Reporter seeks e-mail addresses for e-mail blasts

The Reporter is about to launch its new website and will begin e-mail blasts with headlines, blurbs and website links for articles from the upcoming issue of the paper. 

Hanukkah House Museum to feature Marilyn Belford’s art quilts

The Hanukkah House Museum of Temple Concord, a seasonal teaching museum, is now open to the public and will close on Tuesday, December 24.

BD luncheon to feature “A Personal View of the Vietnam Era” on Dec. 14

On Saturday, December 14, the Vietnam War will be the focus of Beth David’s Luncheon Speaker Series. 

Temple Beth-El of Ithaca to host Hanukkah Festival on Dec. 15

Temple Beth-El of Ithaca will once again open its doors to the community in celebration of Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights. 

Cornell U. Jewish Studies Program to present a staged-reading of “Enough to Go” on Dec. 11

The Cornell University Jewish Studies Program will present a staged-reading of the new-old play “Enough to Go” by former Ithaca resident Fred Peretz Cohn on Wednesday, December 11, at 7 pm, in Barnes Hall on the Cornell campus. 

Features

Book Review: Romance, contemporary style

One reason people like reading traditional romance novels is that they’re guaranteed to have a happy ending.

Opinion

In My Own Words: Being thankful

When I was visiting a friend in November, I not so jokingly said that if people asked what we did during the vacation, I was going to say that we spent most of our time complaining.

With gratitude

From the Desk of the Federation Executive Director

Publication Home

Become a Fan on Facebook

FAQs(view all)

Links