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Friday, April 20, 2018
JFilm Festival offers Jewish-themed films exploring culture, politics, humanity
The Chronicle Staff
The 25th annual festival, which runs from April 26 to May 6, will feature 20 films — mostly Pittsburgh premieres.
Hollywood producer Eric Gold honors mother at Pittsburgh program
Hollywood executives support Netflix after BDS movement asks it to scrap ‘Fauda’
A memorable newsstand
Merchandise, like memories, fill a closing newsstand
Murray Avenue Newsstand, which has been a fixture of the Squirrel Hill community for nearly 70 years, will close on April 30.
Entrepreneur Ben Saks builds a ‘case’ for sustainable business
Jewish sites, history focus of travel book by former Pittsburgher
There’s evidence that Alexander Hamilton was Jewish
J Street conference dishes out criticism of Trump, Israeli government
The 10th annual policy conference focused on the conflict with the Palestinians, the Iran deal and BDS as well as concerns with both the U.S. and Israeli leadership.
Native Pittsburgher aims to create a ‘joint venture’ in Israel
A technical state of war
Israel’s latest strike on Syria could endanger its cozy relationship with Russia
A Birthright protest
Birthright founder gives middle finger to protesters outside gala dinner
Women’s March leader Tamika Mallory attacks Starbucks for working with ADL
Mallory accused the Anti-Defamation League of "constantly attacking black and brown people." The ADL says they work on reporting and addressing bias against all groups of people.
A Jewish future
‘Unbinding’ Judaism with podcast host Dan Libenson
Libenson has found himself and his podcast, "Judaism Unbound," at the center of the discussion about where Judaism is headed and how to preserve it into the next generation.
Beth El has hosted Bingo every Tuesday for decades
Decades later, Bingo still booming at Beth El Congregation
In the past two decades, many weekly Bingo nights have shut down. But, Beth El's Tuesday night games continues to welcome more than 100 guests each week.
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