Did you know that prior to building the current Wise Center in Amberley Village in 1976, Wise Center was located in North Avondale?
In keeping with a promise to provide updates on its strategic planning process, Jewish Family Service is continuing to share highlights from a survey about community needs. Through input from more than 300 people, Jewish Cincinnati made it clear that aging services are a top priority.
The community is invited to the Klau Library on the Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion campus at 2 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 22, for Taste of the Catskills. It will be an afternoon of reminiscing about many sunny and delightful summers spent in the Catskills and enjoying the Klau…
You don’t find many news sites that are 165 years old still growing – and growing steadily but the American Israelite newspaper and website continue to grow.
“To understand who we are as a people, as a religion, as a culture, and as a nation, we need to discuss Israel,” said Barb Miller, director of Community Building at the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati.
The world watched Rabbi Gershon Avtzon, of Yeshivas Lubavitch Cincinnati, delivered the Rebbe’s message from the podium of the United States House of Representatives on July 25.
Wise Temple has taken a fresh and inventive approach to programming for congregants age 70-plus. Put simply: Wise Temple has got it going on when it comes to WiseGen, the new group for experienced and ageless congregants age 70-plus.
(JTA) — A Cleveland-area man is suing 15 local Orthodox synagogues and 22 rabbis for defamation, saying a community announcement alleging that he engaged in inappropriate behavior with children has ruined his reputation.
Tails were waggin’ and mouths were droolin’ at Wise Temple’s second annual Yappy Hour! This empty nester sponsored event, held on Saturday, June 22, brought together over 75 dapper dogs, haute hounds, classy canines, and the humans who love them.
As a part of a three-year strategic planning process, Jewish Family Service recently sent out a survey to gather input from the community about current services and areas of focus for the future.
The auditorium of Adath Israel Congregation was crowded, and the outside had almost as many people, during the third annual Cincinnati Kosher BBQ Cook-Off July 14.
Dr. Gary P. Zola, executive director of The Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives in Cincinnati, attended the annual congressional tribute event on May 15 at the U.S. Senate marking May as Jewish American Heritage Month (JAHM).
Suit up in your favorite team gear and head to the Isaac M. Wise Temple patio to enjoy an incredible evening of food, fun, music, and camaraderie. Fans, both young and young at heart, casual to diehard, are sure to have a blast at Wise Temple’s second annual Tailgate Shabbat on Friday, Aug. 23.
On July 4, the United States celebrated its Independence Day, and to honor it Jewish Family Service intern Susanna Smith facilitated a unique art project called “Fireworks” for clients of the Russian Jewish Cultural Center.
(JTA) — The parents of Jewish American college student Otto Warmbier filed a claim for a North Korean cargo ship seized by the U.S, seeking to collect on a $501 million wrongful death judgment over their late son.
The thermometer reached 90, with the sun soaking the Northern Hills Synagogue BBQ Festival, but that didn’t deter festival-goers from having a good time.
It’s summertime and that means it’s almost time for the third annual Cincinnati Kosher BBQ Cook-Off and Festival from 2-7 p.m. on Sunday, July 14, at Adath Israel Congregation.
Cincinnati’s Jewish Montessori school recently celebrated its kindergarten class finishing up its school year and preparing to transition into first grade.
Surrounded by family, friends, professors, mentors and community members, 10 students who have completed their rabbinical studies on the Cincinnati campus were ordained as rabbis by Rabbi Andrea L. Weiss, PhD, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel provost, Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of R…