“Russian-speaking Jews live all over the world, from former Soviet republics to North America to Israel, where they make up a significant percentage of the population. As a group they have been successful in their new homes, yet many...
By SANDRA CAHN and CHAIM CHESLER
They sing the American national anthem first. Then “Hatikvah.” They forgo the Russian national song for obvious reasons. The 98-year-old granddaughter of Sholem Aleichem, Bel Kaufman, goes on stage and tells the audience how she held her grandfather’s hand...
I didn't know much about Limmud FSU. About Matthew Bronfman I knew a bit more. I knew he was involved with Israeli banks. Banks annoy me.
Inna Gorn, a 23-year-old who immigrated to Riverdale from the Siberian city of Tomsk at the age of 6, doesn’t normally hang out in synagogues.
With the Russian-Jewish community making up 25% of New York’s Jewish community, the time has come to make serious efforts to weave the young adult demographic of this community into the fabric of American Jewish life.
WE ARE PLEASED TO PRESENT YOU WITH SOME FINAL DETAILS IN ANTICIPATION OF YOUR ATTENDING “A TASTE OF LIMMUD”.
YOUNG RUSSIAN-SPEAKING JEWISH AMERICANS, MORE THAN 400 STRONG, JOIN FORCES FOR "A TASTE OF LIMMUD".
Please note that on Sunday the bus from Queens will now depart at: 7:45 AM 106-16 70th Avenue Forst Hills
YOUNG RUSSIAN-SPEAKING JEWISH AMERICANS SET TO GATHER AUGUST 9 FOR “A TASTE OF LIMMUD” IN WESTHAMPTON BEACH
Hundreds of young Russian-speaking Jewish Americans will gather here on Sunday for A Taste of Limmud: 150 Years of Shalom Aleichem, a unique day of education.