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Jewish Week Travel Writer Gabe Levenson, 98

Sense of Jewish history and literary allusions filled his columns.
09/10/2012 - 20:00
Managing Editor

Gabe Levenson, The Jewish Week’s longtime travel writer, who teased out poignant and lyrical Jewish stories from Aruba to Zurich, Brussels to the Berkshires, died Aug. 23 in Great Barrington, Mass. He was 98.

Gabe Levenson: In his hands, travel writing was about more than mere destinations.

Ruderman Family Foundation, Jewish Week Launch ‘Best in Business’

New award will recognize businesses that hire people with disabilities.

02/08/2015 - 19:00

Boston - The Ruderman Family Foundation, in partnership with the Jewish Week Media Group, is proud to announce an innovative competition highlighting North American for- profit businesses who have shown exemplary practices in hiring, training and supporting people with disabilities. Those selected will be recognized with a Ruderman “Best in Business Award” and featured in a supplement in The Jewish Week June 19 edition, both printed and online.

Courtesy of the Ruderman Family Foundation

David Broza, Music and Discussion

Performance and discussion from Israeli singer-songwriter and activist David Broza, who shares what it was like to fulfill a dream when he created the project "East Jerusalem/West Jerusalem". A Jewish Week event from Temple Emanu-El, with Jewish Week board member David Sable.

Seeing Red After ‘Knockout’ Attacks

Guardian Angels, in their iconic crimson berets, offer reassurance in Jewish areas.

12/09/2013 - 19:00
Assistant Managing Editor

On the streets of Midwood, Brooklyn, last week all was quiet as a cold, gentle rain fell and pedestrians and motorists went about their business, slowly marching into the weekend.

Curtis Sliwa with fellow Guardian Angels Shaggy Wilfred, left, and  Manuel Colon.  Adam Dickter

Seeking 36 Under 36 Nominations From Disability Community

Each year, The Jewish Week publishes in print and online a special section profiling 36 up-and-coming young Jews who are retooling Jewish life through innovation in Jewish arts, philanthropy, media, social justice, the rabbinate and community life here in New York, in Israel, and beyond. We aim to profile a diverse group of innovators.

We need to represent!
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