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Cantor Rayna Green Returns to Portland After 10 years, Cantor Rayna Green is thrilled to be coming home to Portland, Oregon, and rejoining the Congregation Beth Israel family where she was mentored by Cantor Judy Schiff and Cantor Ida Rae Cahana. Cantor Green will be joining the clergy team as part-time cantor. Most recently, Cantor…

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Make your celebration special with Lawn Party

Photo: Uma Frost-Hausman and Stefanie Hausman, the mother-daughter duo behind Lawn Party. Stefanie Hausman and her 17-year-old daughter, Uma Frost-Hausman, have gone to several birthday and bar mitzvah parades during this time of social distancing. Attending these events inspired them to start their business, Lawn Party. “Some people had balloons or banners, but we thought…

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Property prices not effected by pandemic

Photo: Carolyn Weinstein, Principal Broker, ABR, SRES with Hasson Company, Realtors. While the pandemic and subsequent closure of businesses have wreaked havoc throughout the state, there is one business thriving in Oregon – real estate. In Portland, the average price of homes has gone up 2.6% since the middle of March,” says Realtor Carolyn Weinstein…

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Ellen Rosenblum, Oregon’s attorney general is taking on Trump’s federal forces in Portland

Photo: From left, U.S. Rep. Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman look on as Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum speaks at a press conference on April 3, 2020. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images) On July 17, Oregon Attorney General Ellen Rosenblum filed a lawsuit in federal court against the United States…

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OJMCHE is going to the dogs – and Katz

Photo: Special thanks to Orly, Zoe, Woody, Milton, Riddle, Lucy, Hanna and Homer for their perseverance and love as we navigate these tough times. Visitors to the Oregon Jewish Museum and Center for Holocaust Education can now view exhibits safely without coming inside. On view in OJMCHE’s north windows is an exhibit by Portland sculptor Mel Katz…