Candidates for lieutenant governor pledge allegiance in debate to Jewish community, IsraelFew took notice when Assemblywoman Sheila Oliver (D-Dist. 34) was one of three NJ lawmakers to vote in August of 2016 against a bill that banned New Jersey from investing state pension funds in companies that boycott Israel. But that was before she was in the thick of a campaign for lieutenant governor, and now her “no” vote has become the focus of Republican attacks.
Multifaceted musician has new gig at Golda Och AcademyEd Alstrom passed out sheets of green paper to the students in his music class at Golda Och Academy (GOA) in West Orange and instructed them on where to place notes on the bass and treble staffs on the page, then urged them to spend five minutes a day repeating the exercise. “Sight-reading music is just a muscle,” he told his students, a recording of “Round Midnight” by Thelonious Monk playing softly in the background.
Program for young Arabs and Jews ‘bridges the divide’ A cello player who was born on a kibbutz and became a member of the Young Israel Philharmonic Orchestra, an Arab violinist from Nazareth who has performed with international star David Broza, a violist from Jerusalem who has been playing since the age of 7, and an Arab violinist from Haifa who has studied with Itzhak Perlman and Pinchas Zukerman — this eclectic quartet will join together Sunday, Oct. 15, on the stage of the Cooperman JCC...
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Selecting a term
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