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MARCH 8, 2018 – Who can say they have met not one, but several owls? The students at Epstein Hillel School can. It was a fun, unique, educational morning that highlights the EHS difference. Regularly at the school, students participate in hands-on learning that takes them away from their desks for authentic experiences that engages Read More

MARCH 8, 2018 – Whitney Houston said it best: “I believe the children are our future.”  These words couldn’t be truer, especially today. Temple Tiferet Shalom and Temple Ner Tamid have joined forces to give the Jewish Youth of the North Shore in grades 3 through 8 the opportunity to be a part of a Read More

FEBRUARY 22, 2018 - Vered Benhorin will bring a set of soothing and family-friendly songs when she performs with her musical partner Rob Jost at 10:30 a.m. on March 10 at the Cabot Theater in Beverly. “I have always loved to sing,” Vered said. And yet, even in college, Vered considered her music no more Read More

FEBRUARY 22, 2018 - Over the past five months, my partner Bar Argaman and I have served the Greater Boston Jewish community as young ambassadors for Israel, known in Hebrew as “Shinshinim.” Bar and I were selected to do a gap year of service in the Diaspora, sharing our perspectives and personal experiences as young Read More

FEBRUARY 8, 2018 – Remember those special college professors whose lectures kept you wide awake and wanting to hear more? The ones you wished could be cloned? Steven Schragis, a Tufts University graduate, came up with something almost as good when he founded One Day University in 2006. By canvassing campuses and talking to students Read More

FEBRUARY 8, 2018 – MARBLEHEAD – Dr. Judith Stein of the Institute for Learning and Development in Lexington recently appeared at a parent and community workshop about executive functioning at the Epstein Hillel School. The workshop focused on strategies for children and adults that include organization skills, time management exercises, task initiation for difficult assignments Read More

FEBRUARY 8, 2018 – Mason Quintero has already been involved in more Jewish programming than many people experience in a lifetime. A senior at Marblehead High School, he now serves as co-president of New England Region BBYO. Mason also went on the Y2I Israel trip with the Lappin Foundation, and has attended AIPAC’s Schustermann High Read More

JANUARY 25, 2018 – NEWTON CENTRE – Hebrew College announced that Rabbi Dan Judson, core faculty member and Associate Dean of Placement and Professional Development, has been chosen as the dean of the Rabbinical School. Rabbi Judson has been on the college’s faculty for the past 10 years. He succeeds Rabbi Sharon Cohen Anisfeld, who Read More

JANUARY 25, 2018 – SALEM – Linda Saris’ stellar resumé reads like every parent’s dream. A degree in economics and urban studies from the University of Pennsylvania and an MBA from the University of Chicago led to a career that culminated in the senior vice presidency of RSA Security, a fast-growing tech company with 1,300 Read More

JANUARY 25, 2018 - On my parents’ first date, my dad asked my mum if it was a problem that he wasn’t Jewish. She said it wasn’t a problem unless they planned on getting married. Six years later, my Protestant dad and Jewish mum had a traditional Jewish wedding, and when my brother and I Read More