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May, 2017

Those Platinum Years

One word: “Medicare.” Ok, a few more: “I’m starting to look like my mother.”
by Marnie Macauley

Congregation Beth Israel Puts on its Party Shoes

Third annual fundraiser promises to be a good time for a good cause
by Brie Stimson

“It’s ‘Just’ Anxiety”

Diversions, May 2017
by Natalie Jacobs

What’s Goin On, May 2017

The best in live entertainment this month
by Eileen Sondak

Child Actors Learn About Bigotry in a Big Way

J*Company takes on “Ragtime, School Edition” with diverse cast and homework
by Pat Launer

Apple Date Rose Tarts

In the Kitchen with Tori Avey, May 2017
by Tori Avey

Making the Jewish Case for Exercise

Examining the false choice between studying Torah and working out
by Rabbi Jacob Rupp

Changes to Israel Fest Seek to Keep Community Safe and Entertained for Ages to Come

Don’t miss the county’s only celebration of Israel Independence Day
by Brie Stimson

How to Make Giving More Social

Leichtag begins giving circle initiative
by Brie Stimson

Why Jewish Organizations Have a Retention Problem

And how to solve it
by Natalie Jacobs

Links in the Chain

Talking with JCF's new CEO
by Natalie Jacobs

A Silver Fox Helps Unlock San Diego’s Movie-Making Potential

On location with Hal Linden and “The Samuel Project”
by Catharine L. Kaufman

San Diego’s Homelessness Problem: Where Do Seniors Fit?

Spending a morning at Father Joe’s Villages with Congregation Beth Israel volunteers and the people they serve
by Brie Stimson

New Grant for JFS On the Go Senior Rides Program Aims to Expand Transportation Options

As San Diego’s senior population balloons, new supports are needed
by Natalie Jacobs

The Activism of Dee Rudolph and her Seacrest Sisterhood

How the election of Donald Trump has given a growing group of seniors a renewed sense of purpose.
by Sharon Rosen Leib

Continuity and Change Through the Ages

Michael Cohen and 45 years of JCC history
by Natalie Jacobs

Judaism Has a Politics Problem

Post-Political, May 2017
by Rabbi Jacob Rupp

America: Exclusionary Wall or Welcoming Bridge?

Our Emotional Footprint, May 2017
by Saul Levine

Precious Giving

Living on the Front Page, May 2017
by Andrea Simantov

Family Politics

Musings from Mama, May 2017
by Sharon Rosen Leib

Convergence

The Starting Line, May 2017
by Natalie Jacobs
 
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