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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Sunday, May 28, 2017

Special Features

Rabbi Pinny Rosenthal (guitar) and Rabbi Mark Wildes (drums), the executive director and founder of the Manhattan Jewish Experience, play with the MJE Band at the organizations bar mitzvah.Over four hundred guests celebrated Manhattan Jewish Experience’s (MJE) “Bar Mitzvah” last month in tribute to the organization’s thirteen years of providing meaningful, inspiring, intellectual, fun programs and events for thousands seeking a deeper connection to their Jewish roots and one another. The event was held at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in New York.

Honorees at the organization’s annual dinner included Rabbi Dr. Jacob Schacter (Rabbinic Founder Award), Claude Schwab, Valerie and Martin Geminder (Dinner Honorees), Joel Mowbray (Community Service Award), Adriana and Brent Bodner (Couple of the Year), and Jessica Morgan (Student Recognition Award). All were recognized as individuals who have distinguished themselves in their communities and

Assemblyman Cymbrowitz listening as Cantor Pinchas Cohen, of the Manhattan Beach Jewish Center, sings Kel Maleh Rahamim, a memorial prayer, in memory of the six million lives that were lost during the Holocaust.Assemblyman Cymbrowitz Holds Program Exploring Music During the Holocaust

Over 400 people – students, Holocaust survivors, community members, teachers, principals – joined Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz in remembering the Holocaust, at a ceremony on Sunday honoring the winners of the Assemblyman’s Holocaust Memorial Essay, Poetry, Performance and Art Contest.  The morning’s program explored music during the Holocaust.

“It is surprising to many that music played a part in the Holocaust.  It had

Tal Ben-Shahar.  (Photo credit: McGraw-Hill)When it comes to the quest for perfection, former Israeli squash champion Tal Ben-Shahar puts a positive “spin” on things.

Ben-Shahar—who lectures at Harvard University, the Interdisciplinary Center in Herzliya, Israel, and to Fortune 500 companies—doesn’t ask, “What is wrong?” Instead, he uses positive psychology to look at what is working, and he explores this methodology in the recently published The Pursuit of Perfect: How to Stop Chasing Perfection and Start Living a Richer, Happier Life

Shaul Ben-Aderet at his East Tel Aviv eatery, Blue Rooster.‘The ambassadors can talk for a year, but one good meal does just as much good,’ says Tel Aviv chef Shaul Ben-Aderet.

Shaul Ben-Aderet’s grandmother didn’t own a television set. So when she minded him while his parents were at work, she stood him on a chair and he helped prepare Iraqi dishes in her Tel Aviv kitchen.

In a way, he’s still standing on that chair.

“When I was four or five, I already knew I would be a cook,” says Ben-Aderet, 48, owner and head chef of three Israeli restaurants. “Some

State senatorial candidate David Storobin, seen here with several prominent Jewish supporters. Special Elections to be Held on Tuesday

A special election is being held next week, on Tuesday March 20 for the open State senate seat in the 27th district, once occupied by the disgraced Carl Kruger. The candidates – Democrat Lew Fidler and Republican David Storobin - sat down for an exclusive interview with the Jewish Voice. The candidates were asked the same questions, and given an equal opportunity to clarify their positions on the issues that matter to the Jewish community in particular