Left to right are Jennifer Lines, Quelemia Sparrow and Marci T. House, who form part of the cast of Lysistrata….Bard on the Beach, Lysistrata, theatre, Vancouver
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Dalia Levy, left, and Ariel Martz-Oberlander (photos from Vines Art Festival) “Good art is accountable to the community, raises up…art, Dalia Levy, environment, Martz-Oberlander, Vines
Before a soccer match with Maccabi Tel Aviv last week, the Hungarian football team Ferencváros Torna Club paid tribute to…antisemitism, Holocaust, identity, Israel, lacrosse, soccer, sports
Consul General Galit Baram was in Vancouver last month. (photo from Consulate of Israel) Galit Baram, consul general of Israel…asylum seekers, British Columbia, Canada, consul general, Diaspora, economics, Galit Baram, Gaza, Israel, trade
Yael Levin, executive director, Israel Bonds Vancouver. (photo from Israel Bonds) For more than two years, the local Israel Bonds…economics, investment, Israel Bonds, Raquel Benzacar Savatti, Vancouver, Yael Levin
Emmalee Watts, left, and Rebecca Wosk are Hollow Twin. (photo by Alejandra Samaniego) “We are constantly writing and working on…Emmalee Watts, folk music, Hollow Twin, Rebecca Wosk
Andrew Cownden and Paige Fraser in Theatre Under the Stars’ production of 42nd Street. (photo by Lindsay Elliott Photography) The…42nd Street, Cinderella, Lyrie Murad, Malkin Bowl, musical theatre, TUTS
Lili Tepperman is one of five kids featured in Beauty. (photo from NFB) It’s fine to be who you are,”…animation, David Hare, documentaries, film, gender, Israeli-Palestinian conflict, NFB, politics
The Jewish Community Centre of Greater Vancouver has partnered with BBYO to provide expanded opportunities for teens around the Lower…BBYO, employment, JCC, youth
From generation to generation: A Peretz Centre reunion attendee pauses to send a text while walking through an exhibit of…history, Peretz Centre, reunion, secular Judaism
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Jewish Federation's 30th Anniversary Retrospective.
Through the community’s annual campaign, Jewish Federation of Greater Vancouver subsidizes March of the Living, and offers scholarships.