Hadass Galili grew up in a home steeped in Judaism, and when she started as a freshman at Ohio University this past fall, she became the de facto leader of services at the Athens campus Hillel.
Michael Redd, an Olympic gold medalist, Ohio State Buckeyes basketball star and NBA All-Star, is further expanding into his newest role as a venture partner.
The 2020 Mandel JCC’s 13th annual Indoor Triathlon and Biathlon and Third Annual Kids’ Triathlon was held Feb. 9 at the Mandel Jewish Community Center in Beachwood, featuring 150 athletes competing in the triathlon, biathlon and kids’ triathlons.
Chocolate Emporium, which specializes in dairy free, gluten free, vegan and STAR-K-certified kosher dark chocolates, has moved back to University Heights at 2169 S. Green Road.
The Cleveland Community Mikvah is tiled, carpeted, mirrored and undergoing floor grouting in the final weeks of construction of what will be Northeast Ohio’s largest mikvah.
Abigail and Leslie H. Wexner head up Ohio’s wealthiest family, according to Forbes magazine, but their numerous philanthropic endeavors couldn’t protect the pair from a world of woe this week – both professionally and personally.
Wanting to meet the needs of the community that’s hosting him, Shanghai Jewish Center Director Rabbi Shalom Greenberg has delivered thousands of anti-viral face masks throughout China in the wake of the coronavirus that has killed more than 1,000 people worldwide.
In his second State of the City address, University Heights Mayor Michael Dylan Brennan spoke to a crowd of about 45 people detailing the city’s 2019 accomplishments and 2020 goals, with key details provided about University Square and financial plans.
Solon Mayor Eddy Kraus strolled through the annals of the city’s 200-year history in his State of the City address at the Signature of Solon Country Club on Feb. 11.
Arthur S. Gugick, who was a beloved teacher at Beachwood High School, will be remembered at a Beachwood Schools Foundation event Feb. 23 with an afternoon devoted to LEGO.
A panel discussion, “EdChoice, Vouchers and Ohio School Funding: Issues and Impact” will take place at 7 p.m. Feb. 25 at 25700 Landmark Centre, Suite 100, in Beachwood.
Shaker Heights Public Library has been selected for the Yiddish Book Center’s “Coming to America” Reading Groups for Public Libraries program.
Three Cleveland college presidents will be tapped for a panel discussion, “Civility and Discourse on College Campuses: A Candid Conversation,” Feb. 26 at Corporate College East in Warrensville Heights.
Stephen Rudolph, president of HW Financial Advisors in Beachwood, was named to Forbes’ Best-in-State Wealth Advisors list for 2020. The list was published on forbes.com, and a condensed list will be available in Forbes' February issue.
Samantha Baskind, a Cleveland State University professor of art history in modern Jewish art and culture, was selected as a 2020 research fellow by the National Endowment for Humanities.
Last week, a rabbi exhorted families hoping to use EdChoice vouchers to “Daven!” in response to the Ohio Legislature’s vote to delay the implementation of a planned expansion of the program from 255 public schools to 1,227 school buildings. Now, he expects to testify.
The 22nd annual Give From the Heart Blood Drive will be held from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Feb. 11 at Executive Caterers at Landerhaven, 6111 Landerhaven Drive in Mayfield Heights.