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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Sunday, September 24, 2017

Special Features

An unknown Irish heroine risked her life to save 200 Jewish children from the Nazis.

Mary Elizabeth Elmes risked her life to save at least 200 Jewish children from the Nazis and chances are you have not heard of her. She would have preferred to keep things that way.

Born in 1908 in Cork, Ireland, the daughter of a pharmacist, Mary was a highly talented student at Trinity College, Dublin, winning a gold medal for French and Spanish. Both languages proved to be of vital importance in Mary’s life.

Forsaking a potentially brilliant academic career, she was drawn to refugee relief work during the Spanish Civil War. When many of the refugees fled over the Pyrenees Mountains from Spain into France, she bravely joined them. The conditions in

The 59th Annual Southampton Hospital Summer Party was held on Saturday August 5, 2017 at the corner of Wickapogue and Old Town Road with cocktails beginning at 6:30 PM.  The evening was chaired by Bill Ford, Tom Kirdahy, Marigay McKee, Terrence McNally and Douglas Elliman Real Estate with tickets starting at $500.  Southampton Hospital is recognized by the NYS Department of Health as a provisional Level 3 adult trauma center, the first one on Long Island's East End, providing care

The Jewish Voice is exceptionally pleased to announce that the number of people now accessing their news and information from the Jewish Voice on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram has reached extraordinary proportions.

Below, please view the Jewish Voice’s social media accomplishments:

More than 600 people attended the event; fundraising from the community exceeded $600.000

More than 600 members from the Deal community came to support the Israel Cancer Research Fund (ICRF) at the 10th Annual “Evening of Inspiration,” on Sunday, July 23. The event was hosted at the residence of Michelle and Jack Haddad, in memory of Frieda and Nathan Franco and Edward M. Dweck. Ariela Ben-Dayan, Harry Adjmi, Samantha Harary, Charles Ben-Dayan and Lisa Oved served as the

Mayim Bialik, a star on the CBS hit sitcom “The Big Bang Theory,” launched a witty new video campaign this week for SodaStream, succeeding actress Scarlett Johansson as the official pitchwoman for the Israeli beverage carbonation company.

Bialik, a self-described “observant-ish” Jew and a doctorate-holding neuroscientist, is uniquely suited for the new SodaStream promotion.

In the video, the actress finds herself in the year 2136 working as a research scientist, deeply consumed in the study