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Sharon Fendrich releases debut album

Sharon Fendrich’s debut new age/neo-classical album Red Sky Prairie has been submitted by a member of the Recording Academy for consideration for the New Age Grammy 2020. With deep roots in Portland’s Jewish community, Sharon was profiled in Oregon Jewish Life’s January 2016 issue 2016. Her children Talia and Max attend religious school at Neveh…

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“Love, Antosha” opens Aug. 23

The documentary “Love, Antosha,” about the extraordinary life and career of the late actor Anton Yelchin, comes to Portland theaters Aug. 23. The film about the late Jewish actor screens at Regal Fox Tower Stadium 10 and other regional theaters. From a prolific career in film and television (Star Trek, Like Crazy, Charlie Bartlett, Alpha…

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Grant proposals due Sept. 3

PHOTO: Lois Schnitzer and many of her daughters joined OJCF for its 2019 Annual Meeting and Legacy Celebration. Pictured from left: Gayle Romain, Rita Philip, Lois Schnitzer, Jill Edelson and Mardi Spitzer. Photo by Victor Paru The Leonard and Lois Schnitzer Charitable Supporting Foundation of OJCF Is Now Accepting Applications The Oregon Jewish Community Foundation…

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Proposed California Curriculum Called Anti-Semitic

Public comment on California’s proposed high school ethnic studies curriculum widely described as anti-Semitic ends Aug. 15, 2019. Public comment can be sent to the CDE, IQC, and State Board of Education at ethnicstudies@cde.ca.gov. Additionally, readers can sign petitions from Club Z at keepschoolhatefree.com and the Israeli-American Council: at protectyoureducation.org. “The proposed curriculum is virulently…

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