Issue 48

Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Local News

Hanukkah House Museum opens Dec. 3

The Hanukkah House Museum of Temple Concord, a seasonal teaching museum, will open to the public on Tuesday, December 3, at 5 pm, and close on Tuesday, December 24. 

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. 

Beth David Dec. 14 luncheon speaker to talk about “The Vietnam Era: A Personal View”

Beth David’s December 14 luncheon speaker will be Dr. Charles Rubin.

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


Book Review: FDR, Rabbi Wise and the truth

When I was young, President Franklin Delano Roosevelt was spoken of highly by members of my family.


In My Own Words: History, winners and the Confederate cause

It was a song that made me start thinking and an article given to me by a member of The Reporter Editorial Committee that caused me to explore the idea further. 

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