What is a Jewish film festival’s purpose? To introduce audiences to a few examples of the limitless ways people can be Jewish? Is it primarily a teaching tool?Read More »
I mentioned at the conference that a common stereotype about Jews is that we’re all wealthy to some degree; the complementary myth, of course, is that there are no poor Jews.Read More »
Gómez is an educator and percussionist focused on fostering musical dialogue between cultures. He has studied, performed and recorded in various genres with emphases on Mediterranean and Afro-Latin music.Read More »
The 11th Annual Spokane Jewish Cultural Film Festival, which begins March 19, will feature three diverse films that show the reality of Jewish experience, according to a press release.Read More »
Next week Spokane’s Jewish community will observe Passover, an eight-day commemoration honoring the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt.
Below are local Passover, or Pesach, listings.Read More »
The annual Spokane Jewish Cultural Film Festival will begin March 14 and continue through the weekend at the Magic Lantern Theater.
Proceeds benefit Spokane Area Jewish Family Services, which provides programs and support services to help strengthen families, children and individuals of all ages in the Spokane community, while incorporating Jewish principles, culture and values, according to the JFS website.Read More »