Marigold Catering + Events and Marigold’s flagship venue, TENK West Bank, were selected as a 2020 winner of The Knot Best of Weddings, a leading wedding planning brand and app.
BERLIN – Photos have surfaced of convicted Nazi war criminal John Demjanuk in the Sobibor Nazi death camp, where he denied ever having been a guard.
More than 500 people attended the Yeshiva Derech Hatorah annual dinner Jan. 12 to honor the dedication of Rabbi Tanchum White and Rabbi Shlomo Elbaum, who both retired in June.
Altimate Care, a home health care agency with locations across Ohio, opened its new headquarters in Shaker Heights Jan. 14 at 20515 Shaker Blvd. to move closer to its largest patient population in Cleveland.
In a world where it can sometimes feel like only negative events run rampant, people occasionally need a reminder that good things happen as well.
When New York Times reporters Jodi Kantor and Megan Twohey broke the story about Harvey Weinstein’s decades of alleged abuse, the pair helped ignite a movement that exposed systematic abuses across industries and energized the #MeToo era.
Anita Gray, who served most recently as director of development and past regional director of the Anti-Defamation League in Cleveland for six years, retired Jan. 15, excited to start her next chapter of life.
Shaker Heights High School English teacher Jody Podl, whose reprimand by the school district was reversed by an arbitrator, will continue her unpaid medical leave through June 4, 2020.
Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is enhancing its rhino habitat and naming it the Daniel Maltz Rhino Reserve when it opens in late spring. The enhancement will more than double the size of the zoo’s habitat for its endangered Eastern black rhinoceros herd.
On the eve of deportations to concentration camps in 1943 and 1944, German Jews who had immigrated to Amsterdam made their way to an apartment near a three-way intersection.
Beachwood-based Singerman, Mills, Desberg & Kauntz Co., L.P.A., has transitioned its leadership, the business law firm announced earlier this month.
Joshen Paper & Packaging, which opened in 1988 with $8 million in business, and grew to $500 million in 2019, was sold on Jan. 9 to publicly traded Bunzl of London.
Cameron Orlean was appointed board chair of the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Young Leadership Division and Abbie Pappas as board vice chair, effective January 2020, according to a news release.
Zeta Beta Tau, which calls itself “the world’s first and largest Jewish fraternity,” is one of three Greek organizations to have its student organization registration recently revoked at The Ohio State University.
University Heights police say there is no imminent threat to the local Jewish community after an attendee at a bat mitzvah at Heights Jewish Center Synagogue reported two people she thought were videotaping and photographing the back of the synagogue from an adjacent apartment building’s par…
Nina Freedlander Gibans will have a book release reception for her book of poems, “In the Garden of Old Age,” at 4:30 p.m. Jan. 17 at Judson Park, 2181 Ambleside Drive in Cleveland.