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-Former Brooklyn Borough President Marty Markowitz
-Former NY City Councilman Michael C. Nelson

Councilmembers: -Darlene Mealy, Stephen Levin, Chaim Deutsch, David Greenfield

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-Jim Goldman, Charles Diker, Lloyd Handwerker, Hon Alice Fisher Rubin, Lowell Rubin, Raoul Felder bhs-logo2

THE KLEINMAN FAMILY HOLOCAUST EDUCATION CENTER

originally published in Community Magazine

New Brooklyn Museum committed to revealing the unknown stories of heroism and faith that withstood the horrors of the Holocaust.

The joy of Adar abruptly turned to terror on Shabbat morning, 8 Adar, 5703 (February 13, 1943), when German officers stormed the synagogue and threatened [more …]THE KLEINMAN FAMILY HOLOCAUST EDUCATION CENTER

New program bonds Israeli and American Jews in Brooklyn Heights

IAC-Shishi Israeli Program to Combine Tradition, Music

By Francesca Norsen Tate, Religion Editor Brooklyn Daily Eagle

Singing and sharing a meal together is a universal joy. A new program coming to Brooklyn Heights will celebrate song cuisine and togetherness as it is experienced in Israeli culture.

IAC-Shishi Israeli, a new program of the Israeli-American Council [more …]New program bonds Israeli and American Jews in Brooklyn Heights

Jewish Hall Of Fame: Mikhail Prokhorov

At 49, the renowned entrepreneur, politician and Brooklyn Nets owner is one of the wealthiest men in the world

By: Caitlin Marceau

Published: August 27th, 2014 in Business » World

Since the dawn of time, Jewish people have contributed greatly to various fields, from sports to entertainment to politics to porn. With our Breakthrough [more …]Jewish Hall Of Fame: Mikhail Prokhorov

Program Explores Odyssey of Jews to Brooklyn

The Institute of Living Judaism in Brooklyn, the Brooklyn Jewish Historical Initiative and the Kane Street Synagogue present “Strangers in a Strange Land: How We Ended Up in Brooklyn” next weekend.

A panel of leading Jewish History scholars will be featured, [more …]Program Explores Odyssey of Jews to Brooklyn

Mikvah is the first to open in brownstone nabe

By Natalie Musumeci The Brooklyn Paper

The first mikvah ever in Park Slope finally opened after more than five years of construction.

The three-story William and Betty Katz Center for Jewish Life, on 15th Street between Sixth and Seventh avenues, was celebrated with a grand ribbon-cutting ceremony on Monday, drawing dozens of observant Jews and [more …]Mikvah is the first to open in brownstone nabe

JCH of Bensonhurst

Jewish Community House of Bensonhurst

Steven Margolis Branford CT 12/30/2012

I have several remembrances going back to the 60’s of my time at the JCH of Bensonhurst. I am from New Haven – the New Haven JCC and the “J” had a fierce basketball rivalry. I was captain of the New Haven JCC varsity [more …]JCH of Bensonhurst