Tagged: “Exhibitions”

An American Jew Reclaims Her Russian-Chinese Heritage

An American Jew Reclaims Her Russian-Chinese Heritage

This piece was written by Irene Clurman. A version of it originally appeared on Jewish&. Read the original version at My Jewish Learning. Many American Jewish families treasure a pair of Shabbat candlesticks, a prayer shawl, or a dog-eared Hebrew prayer book from the old country. But when I was growing up, the most precious […]

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Over 100 Menorahs Light Up the Museum

Over 100 Menorahs Light Up the Museum

This post was written by intern John Hanson. If you follow us on social media, you’ve probably already heard the news – The Museum at Eldridge Street has opened a sprawling new exhibition, featuring over 100 menorahs displayed in the historic main sanctuary. It’s called Let There Be Light – A Whole Lotta Light! and it […]

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