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Teenage CEO: Year as BBG international president incredible experience for Beth Shalom member

Teenage CEO: Year as BBG international president incredible experience for Beth Shalom member

As BBG international president, Ellie Bodker (right) attended the annual BBYO International Convention in February in Dallas with Aaron Cooper, the AZA international president from Winston Salem, North... Read more...

Jewish candidate running for Mission City Council

Jewish candidate running for Mission City Council

Sollie Flora Read more...

Listening Post

Aaron Nielsenshultz via Facebook. Read more...

Beth Torah welcomes a new director of lifelong learning

Rabbi Kleinman Read more...

Matchmaker, matchmaker made a match for kidney transplant

Aaron Nielsenshultz Photo by BP Miller Read more...

KU professor of theatre turns cancer diagnosis into comedy for the upcoming KC Fringe

Mechele Leon in ‘Bladder Interrupted,’ Photo by Rana Esfandiary Read more...

KC music producer, performing artist Gillespie creates The Beat Academy

Justin Gillespie Read more...

Three Generations Born on Same Day

Michael Schifman, his baby daughter Hannah Elizabeth Schifman, and his mother Vicki Schifman all were born on the same day in June. SHARED BIRTHDAYS — In most families, birthdays belong solely to the... Read more...

Israeli emissaries enhance day camp experience at The J

Israeli shaliach Rotem Cohen assists a BOOM! Camper during archery lessons. BOOM! is one of the many summer camps offered by the Jewish Community Center. Read more...

Community tribute to Rabbi Jeffrey and Hedy Shron set for Aug. 6

Rabbi Jeffrey and Hedy Shron Photo by Scott Fishman Read more...

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Repeal of ACA will cause too much suffering

Repeal of ACA will cause too much suffering

More than any other vote since President Trump’s inauguration, the vote on repeal of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) will determine the character and future of our nation. Read more...

Another perspective on religious pluralism in Israel

Another perspective on religious pluralism in Israel

My esteemed colleague, Rabbi Arthur Nemitoff, wrote an articulate and thoughtful column about his anger toward the Israeli government concerning the issues of religious pluralism in Israel. Read more...

Letters to the editor

Brouhaha over Israeli policies overblown Tempest in a teapot! Mountain out of a molehill! Read more...

We must continue to support religious pluralism in Israel

Recent developments in Israel policy have been troubling. The suspension of the Cabinet resolution to support “one Wall for one people” and the new conversion bill that was approved by the Ministerial... Read more...

Republican health reform proposals are disastrous for children’s health

I am a pediatrician. In that role, I take care of many children with special health needs. That means that they have a chronic disease, a health problem that won’t go away. They live with a disease... Read more...

Letter to the editor

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Letter to the Editor

Diaspora needs to continue to support Israel Last week the Israeli government went back on its word about a new egalitarian prayer space at the Western Wall. Read more...

Rebuilding and celebrating life in a Polish cemetery, despite all we’ve lost

In May, a group of 10 HBHA alumni worked to restore honor to a Jewish cemetery in Wodzislaw, Poland. Shown here in front of salvaged matzevot (memorial stones) are Jordan Pollack (back row from left),... Read more...

July 4th patriotism: When post war newcomers embraced American ideals

Olga and Miriam Levy in 1952. Miriam now goes by the name Mary. Read more...

Letter to the editor

Gross misrepresentation of facts As a former resident of Dearborn, Michigan, I find Lee Levin’s letter published in the June 15, 2017, issue of The Chronicle inconsistent with reality, and a gross... Read more...

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Schifman Nathanson Engagement

Schifman Nathanson Engagement

Lori Anne Schifman and Craig Mitchell Nathanson Read more...

Schifman Birth

Schifman Birth

Hannah Elizabeth Schifman Read more...

Simchowitz elected to Park University board of trustees

The governing body of Park University — its board of trustees — has elected four individuals to serve as members of the Board. Vince Clark, Anthony Melchiorri, Cyprienne Simchowitz, J.D., and Troy... Read more...

60th Wedding Anniversary

Nancy and Philip Reicher Read more...

Bass Bat Mitzvah

Tori Bass Read more...

Fehr Mankiewicz Engagement

Christopher Mankiewicz and Rachel Lynn Fehr Read more...

Truman Medical Centers’ Katz wins Trust Builder Award

Seth Katz Read more...

Lipoff Honor

Beth Lipoff Read more...

Schiff Fish Engagement

Michael Schiff and Cara Fish Read more...

Lewinsohn 60th Wedding Anniversary

Tom and Alice Lewinsohn Read more...

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Castrianni, Dolores S.

Castrianni, Dolores S.

Dolores S. Castrianni, 88, of Overland Park, Kansas, passed away Saturday, July 22, 2017, at Menorah Medical Center. Graveside services and burial were held Tuesday, July 25, at Sheffield Cemetery.... Read more...

Kopin, Donald Jay

Kopin, Donald Jay

Donald Kopin, 88, previously of Overland Park, Kansas, died peacefully in Dallas, Texas, on Thursday, July 20, 2017, where he had resided over the last year. Donald was born on Aug. 30, 1928, in Kansas... Read more...

Bohm, Elizabeth "Liz"

Elizabeth “Liz” Bohm, 90, of Overland Park, Kansas, passed away peacefully surrounded by family on July 15, 2017. Funeral services were held Monday, July 17, at Louis Memorial Chapel; interment... Read more...

Hurst, Morton Leon

Morton L. Hurst, 89, of Overland Park, Kansas, passed away peacefully Saturday, July 15, 2017, at the Kansas City Hospice House. Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 18, at The Louis Memorial Chapel,... Read more...

Krug, Stuart Elliot

Stuart Elliott Krug, 69, of Las Vegas, Nevada, passed away on Saturday, July 15, 2017, from Crohn’s disease. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, July 20, 2017, at The Louis Memorial Chapel,... Read more...

Londy, Marjorie G.

Marjorie G. Londy passed away Saturday, July 8, 2017. Formerly a resident of Troy, New York, she most recently resided in Silver Spring, Maryland. Read more...

Markowitz, Edith

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Pepper, Eloyce

Eloyce Pepper (Karchmer) died unexpectedly and peacefully in Overland Park, Kansas, on July 9 at the age of 81. Read more...

Zaslavskiy, Vladimir

Vladimir Zaslavskiy, 77, of Overland Park, Kansas, passed away on Saturday, July 9, 2017. Funeral services were held Tuesday, July 11, at The Louis Memorial Chapel; burial followed at Mount Moriah Cemetery.... Read more...

Shvartsblat, Khatskel

\ Khatskel Shvartsblat, 93, passed away Friday, June 30, 2017, at the Kansas City Hospice House. Funeral services were held Sunday, July 2, at Louis Memorial Chapel; burial followed at Sheffield Cemetery.... Read more...