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The annual community Chanukah celebration, which is being co-sponsored
by the Binghamton Jewish Community Center and the Jewish Federation of
Greater Binghamton, will be held on Wednesday, December 21, from 5:15-7
pm, at the JCC, 500 Clubhouse Rd., Vestal.
The Temple Israel/Temple Concord adult education group will present “The
Yiddish Radio Project” brunch program on Sunday, December 18, at 10 am,
at Temple Israel, 4737 Deerfield Pl., Vestal.
Started as a student initiative led by Emily Lederman, a Binghamton
University senior from Westchester, in partnership with Beth David
Synagogue and OU-JLIC, Downtown Shabbat is a new program that encourages
Jewish students living locally in downtown Binghamton to come together
on Friday nights for a Shabbat meal together and to attend services.
Theater lovers and Yiddish history buffs rejoice! Columbia University Press has published a book you won’t want to miss.
I am currently reading an old book – “Wandering Stars” – an anthology of
Jewish science fiction. I love science fiction and I love mysteries,
and so I thought, “Jewish science fiction? How bad could it be?”
When I was a teenager, someone asked me if I thought the Holocaust could
happen in the United States. The person was greatly surprised when I