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Israel Philharmonic Orchestra to Hold Global Virtual Gala Hosted by Dame Helen Mirren

The American Friends of the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (AFIPO) has announced that the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra (IPO) will hold a virtual gala on Sunday, June 28, in partnership with Medici TV, to benefit the Orchestra three months after COVID-19 forced indefinite concert cancellations. Featuring classical music’s premier talent, this landmark moment in the IPO’s history…

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Visitors Required to Wear Masks at Arts & Culture Venues

Seventeen Arizona museums, cultural venues, arts advocacy organizations, performing arts organizations and performing arts venues jointly announced that they will require all visitors and patrons to wear masks or face coverings while visiting their various businesses as they reopen. The organizations are: Arizona Broadway Theatre, the Arizona Science Center, Arizona Theatre Company, Artlink, ASU Gammage,…

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Bubbies and Grannies Know Best

In 2019, Jewish Life Television launched “Bubbies Know Best,” a dating show with a Jewish twist – where three Jewish grandmothers act as matchmakers, for young and old, straight and gay, Jewish and non-Jewish. With tremendous momentum behind them, aided by national appearances on “Access Hollywood Live,” “Daily Blast Live,” “The Steve Harvey Show,” “Home…

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JNF’s Spectacular Sunday

The largest fundraising event in Jewish National Fund-USA’s 119-year history will take place on June 14, 2020, as the organization helps Israel’s Negev and Galilee regions prepare for a post-COVID-19 world. As Jewish National Fund-USA continues to support Israel’s immediate needs in response to the global health pandemic, the organization is preparing to call a…

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Memory Café Goes Virtual

Jewish Family & Children’s Service (JFCS) is proud to announce its first virtual Memory Café, to be held via ZOOM on Thursday, June 4 from 10-11 am. The Memory Café is a meeting place for those with changes in their thinking or memory, mild cognitive impairment or dementia due to Alzheimer’s disease or a related…

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Anti-Semitic incidents in Arizona decline in 2019 but increase nationally

In 2019, Arizona experienced a decrease of anti-Semitic activity for the first time in several years according to new data from ADL (the Anti-Defamation League). The 2019 ADL Audit of Anti-Semitic Incidents recorded 20 anti-Semitic incidents statewide in Arizona, a 41% decrease over the previous year and the largest decrease in the region for the past several years. “Although Arizona experienced a decrease in anti-Semitic incidents we cannot let up on this fight against…

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