Minnesota Vikings owner Mark Wilf spoke of his parents, priorities and sense of responsibility for the Jewish community at a Jewish Federation of Cleveland fundraiser called “Real Estate, Football and Philanthropy.”
University Hospitals Ahuja Medical Center has named Alan J. Papa its new president, following an extensive national search. His first day in his new role will be Nov. 18.
A month after the Yom Kippur attack on a synagogue in Halle, Germany, Eric D. Fingerhut described the atmosphere as “still very raw” and “emotional.”
After he was awarded this year’s Thurber Prize for American Humor, Simon Rich joked that a Jew had an excellent chance of winning the prestigious honor since two of the three finalists are Jewish.
The Cleveland Jewish Publication Company, the parent company of the Cleveland Jewish News, is one of 11 recipients of the Medical Mutual Pillar Award for Community Service presented by Smart Business Magazine.
Law enforcement agents gathered with leaders of the Jewish community to hear about lessons learned from the Tree of Life Congregation shootings from the director of community security for the Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh.
Rock The House Entertainment Group, Inc. announced new ownership Oct. 29 with chief operating officer Ryan Konikoff acquiring the majority share. The company’s founder and CEO Matt Radicelli will remain in his current role as a partial owner.
Members of the three congregations housed at the Tree of Life synagogue building in Pittsburgh will speak Nov. 18 at Temple Emanu El in Orange, in the fourth event in the temple’s Tragedy Inspires Continued Activism series.
CLEVELAND (AP) — A man who authorities said thought he was working with an al-Qaida operative to scout locations for a July 4 terror attack in downtown Cleveland has pleaded guilty to federal charges.
Women and girls of all ages will join to make challah on Nov. 14 at Landerhaven in Mayfield Heights, as a local contribution to an international effort for Jews all over the world to observe a Shabbat in unity.
Local candidates proudly wore their signs in a light drizzle mid-morning Nov. 5 outside Beachwood High School as Mayor Martin S. Horowitz cast his ballot.
The Soul of Philanthropy Cleveland will present “Rosenwald: The Remarkable Story of a Jewish Partnership with African American Communities” documentary and a reflection with The United Black Fund and The Jewish Federation of Cleveland to explore how both communities worked together to improv…
Pepper Pike resident Adrienne Goldberg received the 2019 Ruby Bass Challenge Award during the Jewish Federation of Cleveland’s Women’s Philanthropy Signature Event Oct. 30 at Corporate College East in Warrensville Heights.
You thought you had been managing your treatable disease but you feel the symptoms creeping back. You call your physician, in fear of the encroaching, familiar pain.
The Oct. 27, 2018 shootings at Pittsburgh’s Tree of Life Congregation marked a change not only in the thinking of Jews about anti-Semitism, but also in the actions of white supremacists and others against Jews.
Actors Busy Philipps and Ike Barinholtz shared their views on politics and the importance of voting during the Likover Lecture, “Comedy, Cocktails, and Conversation,” Oct. 24 at the Cleveland Marriott Downtown.
Rabbi Jeffrey Schein returns to Cleveland Nov. 3 to host “Digital Cube: Our Evolving Digital Selves,” a panel discussion based on his book, “Text Me: Ancient Jewish Wisdom Meets Contemporary Jewish Technology.”
Jews in Northeast Ohio commemorated the anniversary of the shootings at the Tree of Life Congregation in Pittsburgh through ritual and prayer at 14 synagogues.
Cleveland chef Jonathon Sawyer’s new restaurant, Sawyer’s, held a soft opening Oct. 30 to Nov. 2 at 3396 Tuttle Road at the Van Aken District in Shaker Heights, according to a post on the restaurant’s Instagram.