AJT Weekly
Wednesday, November 21, 2018
The Gift-Giver’s Guide
By Robyn Spizman Gerson
With Chanukah around the corner, here’s a little gift-giving SOS.
Shearith Israel Hosts Security Seminar for Community
By Bob Bahr
FBI in Atlanta, the U.S. Attorney’s Office, the head of the Georgia Association of Chiefs of Police and the Georgia Sheriffs’ Association discuss security in our community.
Community / Wilker Responds to Pittsburgh Tragedy
By Bob Bahr
Opinion / Thoughts on Anti-Semitism and the Attack in Pittsburgh
By Rabbi Richard Baroff
Chanukah Art Contest
NEW AGE GROUPS: 13 and under & 14 and up! DEADLINE: 10 a.m. on Nov. 23, 2018 with a grand prize of $50.00
Temple Summit Gives Record-Holders 2nd Chance
By Roni Robbins
In honor of Veterans Day, The Temple hosted a Records Restriction Summit to help Fulton County vets and others with criminal records achieve clean slates.
Atlanta Leader Honored at World War I Memorial
By Tiffany Parks
Veteran, Sam Levy, was very active in the Atlanta Jewish community, including helping to start the Southern Israelite, the predecessor of the Atlanta Jewish Times.
Community / Bridging Israeli and Jewish Americans in Atlanta
By Shaked Angel
Community / Israel Becoming More Accessible to Those with Disabilities
By Roni Robbins
Happy Birthday Eugen Schoenfeld
Happy 93rd birthday, Eugen!
Experts Salute Stein, Emory and Israel Studies
By Marcia Caller Jaffe
The 20th anniversary celebration of the Emory Institute for the Study of Modern Israel featured 22 presenters, jam-packed remarks and panel discussions.
News / 24 Teens Immersed in Israel’s Culture, Context
By Center for Israel Education
Meyer-Hirsh Engagement
Mazel tov to the newly engaged couple.
Writing Whiz Goes from Sinatra to Ebola
By Marcia Caller Jaffe
Druid Hills resident Debra Goldschmidt is a supervising editor for CNN’s Health Unit.
Arts / Brodsky Produces Reality
By Marcia Caller Jaffe
Arts / Doc Is Self-Taught Wood Artist
By Marcia Caller Jaffe
Home For the Holidays
Fitzgerald Hebrew Congregation in south central Georgia attracts Jews from surrounding towns. In fact, in 1968, the congregation’s 14 board members came from 10 different towns.
Everyday Dorie Perfect for Your Everyday Kitchen
By Logan C. Ritchie
Dorie Greenspan charmed an audience of foodies at the Book Festival of the MJCCA on Nov. 5.
Dining / Kosher Tel Aviv Grill and Market Tastes of Authenticity 
By Marcia Caller Jaffe
Opinion / One Pot Magic
By Shaindle Schmuckler
Birth Announcements: Nov. 16, 2018
Mazel tov to the Sandel and Tarica families.
Simcha / Birth: Sophie Jean Rabinowitz
Simcha / Birth: Eva Muriel Bledsoe
More Headlines
Closing Thoughts / Kislev’s Light of Hope
By Dr. Terry Segal
Opinion / Letters to the Editor: Nov. 16, 2018
Community / Oy Vey! Have I Got a Problem
By Rachel Stein
Lifecycles / Obituary: Ruth Hillman Lazarus Arnovitz
Lifecycles / Obituary: Muriel “Mimi” Bernice August
Lifecycles / Obituary: Dr. Manuel Isadore Weisman
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