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Breaking up is hard to do

November 1st, 2017 | by LedgerOnline

Close to 100 people listened to fascinating lecture about the split between Judaism and Christianity, delivered by UConn Professor Stuart S. Miller at The Emanuel Synagogue on Oct. 25. Miller argued that differences over whether Jesus ... Read More


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All that Jazz!

November 1st, 2017 | by LedgerOnline

More than 150 people enjoyed the music of the Hartford Symphony Orchestra Jazz Quartet on Wednesday, Oct. 18, at the Hebrew Center in West Hartford. The performance was hosted by the Hebrew Center, in conjunction with ... Read More


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Getting out the vote in Waterbury

October 25th, 2017 | by LedgerOnline

Fifth grade boys at Yeshivah K’tana in Waterbury may not be old enough to vote – but they understand the importance of exercising that American right. And so, to encourage those who are old enough to ... Read More


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UConn to honor Dr. Arnold Dashefsky

October 18th, 2017 | by LedgerOnline

Jewish historian Jonathan Sarna to speak at Oct. 29 event By Judie Jacobson STORRS – Dr. Arnold Dashefsky will be honored by the University of Connecticut Center for Judaic Studies and Contemporary Jewish Life at a ceremony ... Read More


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Walk for a cause

October 11th, 2017 | by LedgerOnline

Close to 800 people – some walking as individuals and some as part of groups – came out on Sunday, Oct. 1 to take part in the Friendship Day & Walk in Stamford. When the event ... Read More


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Garden of Delights

October 11th, 2017 | by LedgerOnline

Residents, staff and guests of Hoffman SummerWood, a senior living community in West Hartford, enjoyed a stroll through “Senta’s Garden,” at a recent reception to unveil the newly expanded space. Originally constructed in the summer of ... Read More


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Good deeds and goodies

October 11th, 2017 | by LedgerOnline

Emmy Marcus and Jordana Latzman, eighth-graders at Bedford Middle School in Westport, volunteered to deliver holiday food items to an area senior on behalf of Schoke Jewish Family Service (JFS). Every year, the Westport-based JFS coordinates ... Read More


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