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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Arts & Culture

Recital program based on repertoire from 

Mr. Wosner’s 2017 solo recording, Impromptu

Pianist Shai Wosner brings music from his critically acclaimed Impromptu recording to the concert hall, performing works by Schubert, Chopin, Dvořák, Gershwin, and Ives on Saturday, October 14, 2017 at 7:30 p.m. at Washington Irving High School. The program, which launches the Peoples’ Symphony Concerts season as part of its Mann Series, includes Schubert’s Four Impromptus, D935; Chopin’s Impromptus, Op. 29 and 36; Dvořák’s Impromptu in D minor, B129; Gershwin’s Impromptu in Two Keys; and Ives’s Improvisations for piano, I and III. In addition to these selections from the recording, he performs Schubert’s Sonata in D Major, D. 850, Op. 53, “Gasteiner,”

It is with great personal pleasure to note the completion by Rabbi Moshe Weinberger of his four volume English commentary on Rav Kook’s classic, “Song of Teshuvah” (Penina Press). This commentary makes available to the English speaking and learning public some of the most practical and understandable teachings concerning repentance as taught by one of the leading thinkers of our faith, Rabbi Avraham Yitzchal HaKohen Kook, zt’’l.

Rabbi Weinberger, of the Aish Kodesh Kehilah in Woodmere, and mashpia

World Jewish Congress publishes new book chronicling its 80-year-long history

A new book chronicling the history of the World Jewish Congress (WJC), the umbrella organization of Jewish communities across the globe, has been released to the public and is now available for purchase on Amazon. The World Jewish Congress, 1936-2016 details the dramatic diplomatic efforts and achievements of this preeminent international Jewish organization, from its founding in Geneva 80 years ago through the

Highlights include rare archival footage of the American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee’s assistance to refugees, an exploration of the image and legacy of the Arch of Titus, discussions on the contemporary relevance of German-Jewish history, and a panel discussion between Deborah Dash Moore and Ronit Stahl on Jewish New York in 1917

Edited by: JV Staff


Wednesday, September 6

  • 6 pm
  • Becoming “German-Jews” in America
  • Presented by Leo Baeck Institute
  • Exhibition

On loan are smart watches and laptops, 3D cameras, smart computer chips, gaming computers, tablets, and Android and iOS smartphones

Israel’s startup community has inaugurated its first gadget library. The Jerusalem venue, called The Device Lab, has cutting-edge technologies and devices on loan for entrepreneurs and students to try out their ideas.

US colleges have long offered their academic communities the opportunity to come try out new and old technologies on an array of gadgets and