Join us on Sunday October 25th at 4 pm via Zoom for some fabulous fun and SHOPPING! All proceeds go to the
Join us on Sunday October 25th at 4 pm via Zoom for some fabulous fun and SHOPPING! All proceeds go to the Temple Emanuel Building Fund. Register at https://rb.gy/ekr1l7
We have a wonderful assortment of excellent costume jewelry, some designer pieces, a few higher end items, some gently worn and some new and never worn! All items have been generously donated for us to sell as a benefit to Temple Emanuel’s Building Fund. We appreciate the donations and hope you will invite your friends and family to come shop and support Temple Emanuel. Thank you!
As more of us go online for our news, how do we know what is real news and what is
As more of us go online for our news, how do we know what is real news and what is misinformation? How do we tell the difference? Join us via Zoom for some clarification from LkldNow’s Trinity Laurino. She has assembled a powerful and thought-provoking presentation about media literacy, which we are pleased to be offering to our Temple members and friends on Sunday 11/1, at 4 pm via Zoom. Register for the Zoom link at: http://bitly.ws/9Q35
Trinity’s resume includes work at PBS, National Geographic, the BBC’s Motion Gallery, CNN, and currently LkldNow. She serves as LkldNow’s Community Engagement Director charged with growing awareness of the critical role local journalism plays in the civic health of a community and the urgent need to ensure the future of local news and its accessibility.
LkldNow is a nonprofit, started by temple member Barry Friedman. It is a locally driven news organization whose mission is to educate community members and cultivate civic engagement by reporting and curating local news and community information in an accessible user-friendly digital format. lkldnow.com
Lily is a mother and a daughter. And a second wife. And a writer, maybe? Or she was going to be, before she had children. Now, in her rented Brooklyn apartment she’s grappling with her sexual and intellectual desires, while also trying to manage her roles as a mother and a wife in 2016.
Vivian Barr seems to be the perfect political wife, dedicated to helping her charismatic and ambitious husband find success in Watergate-era Washington D.C. But one night he demands a humiliating favor, and her refusal to obey changes the course of her life—along with the lives of others.
Esther is a fiercely independent young woman in ancient Persia, where she and her uncle’s tribe live a tenuous existence outside the palace walls. When an innocent mistake results in devastating consequences for her people, she is offered up as a sacrifice to please the King, in the hopes that she will save them all.
In Anna Solomon’s The Book of V., these three characters’ riveting stories overlap and ultimately collide, illuminating how women’s lives have and have not changed over thousands of years.