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It covers these areas: Theatre and Dance, Film & TV, .. New York Jewish Event Guide is a comprehensive event guide to what’s happening in New York, USA and in the International Jewish community on all levels from young Jewish professionals to adults and families. It covers the following areas: Theatre and Dance, Books, Film & TV, Museums & Exhibitions, Lectures, Music, Gala Dinners, Travel, Food

It covers these areas: Theatre and Dance, Film & TV, .. New York Jewish Event Guide is a comprehensive event guide to what’s happening in New York, USA and in the International Jewish community on all levels from young Jewish professionals to adults and families. It covers the following areas: Theatre and Dance, Books, Film & TV, Museums & Exhibitions, Lectures, Music, Gala Dinners, Travel, Food

11/19/2021
11/19/2021
11/19/2021
11/19/2021
Terry Dale, President & CEO, USTOA at first-ever Malta/Israel Joint Promotion in the US said “The Two Mediterranean Dest...
11/05/2021

Terry Dale, President & CEO, USTOA

at first-ever Malta/Israel Joint Promotion in the US said

“The Two Mediterranean Destinations Present

a Unique but Natural Travel Combination”

The first-ever joint promotion of the Malta Tourism Authority and the Israel Ministry of Tourism in North America was held recently at the Park East Synagogue in New York City. H.E. Keith Azzopardi, Malta’s Ambassador to the US in Washington, and H.E. Vanessa Frazier, Malta’s representative to the UN in New York, co-hosts of the event both gave welcome remarks. This Malta Israel event was organized under the auspices of the Culture Diplomacy Fund of Malta’s Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs.

Terry Dale, President & CEO, United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) was featured speaker along with Michelle Buttigieg, Representative North America, Malta Tourism Authority, Eyal Carlin, Director General Israel Ministry of Tourism (IMOT) North America and Chad Martin, Director North East Region, IMOT.

Terry Dale, in his remarks, noted “both Malta and Israel have a lot in common. They share the Mediterranean Sea, similar cuisines, diversity and of course rich in history, archaeology and attract religious pilgrimages. Their cultures both reflect the rich mosaic of people that make up their population. Yet despite their similarities, they each have such a unique heritage and flavor that they make this a unique two destination experience.”

Now, with direct flights from Tel Aviv/Malta (only a 2 ½ hour flight) , resuming, it is very easy to combine both Malta and Israel and makes a very attractive combination and add on in either direction.

Michelle Buttigieg spoke about the Jewish Heritage Malta program which was developed and recently launched. Buttigieg said “so few people know that there is a Jewish Community in Malta and that Jewish history in Malta dates back to the time of the Phoenicians. This special program enables visitors to Malta, to be able to locate and identify points of Jewish interest as well as to enable them to connect with the small but vibrant local Maltese Jewish community.”

Chad Martin noted, “Few may know of Malta’s rich Jewish history, just as others often forget that in addition to being the Holy Land, Israel is also a Mediterranean destination with a rich diversity of cultures both historically and presently. By working together we help to remind, inform and, of course, motivate travelers to visit both destinations." He also spoke about the need to rethink heritage travel through the prism of today’s leading travel interests such as green tourism and support for local communities, both key sustainability goals.

Yoram Elgrabli, VP, North and Central America, El Al Israel Airlines, also present at the event, provided a door prize of a roundtrip ticket to Tel Aviv on behalf of El Al.

Terry Dale, President & CEO, USTOA

at first-ever Malta/Israel Joint Promotion in the US said

“The Two Mediterranean Destinations Present

a Unique but Natural Travel Combination”

The first-ever joint promotion of the Malta Tourism Authority and the Israel Ministry of Tourism in North America was held recently at the Park East Synagogue in New York City. H.E. Keith Azzopardi, Malta’s Ambassador to the US in Washington, and H.E. Vanessa Frazier, Malta’s representative to the UN in New York, co-hosts of the event both gave welcome remarks. This Malta Israel event was organized under the auspices of the Culture Diplomacy Fund of Malta’s Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs.

Terry Dale, President & CEO, United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) was featured speaker along with Michelle Buttigieg, Representative North America, Malta Tourism Authority, Eyal Carlin, Director General Israel Ministry of Tourism (IMOT) North America and Chad Martin, Director North East Region, IMOT.

Terry Dale, in his remarks, noted “both Malta and Israel have a lot in common. They share the Mediterranean Sea, similar cuisines, diversity and of course rich in history, archaeology and attract religious pilgrimages. Their cultures both reflect the rich mosaic of people that make up their population. Yet despite their similarities, they each have such a unique heritage and flavor that they make this a unique two destination experience.”

Now, with direct flights from Tel Aviv/Malta (only a 2 ½ hour flight) , resuming, it is very easy to combine both Malta and Israel and makes a very attractive combination and add on in either direction.

Michelle Buttigieg spoke about the Jewish Heritage Malta program which was developed and recently launched. Buttigieg said “so few people know that there is a Jewish Community in Malta and that Jewish history in Malta dates back to the time of the Phoenicians. This special program enables visitors to Malta, to be able to locate and identify points of Jewish interest as well as to enable them to connect with the small but vibrant local Maltese Jewish community.”

Chad Martin noted, “Few may know of Malta’s rich Jewish history, just as others often forget that in addition to being the Holy Land, Israel is also a Mediterranean destination with a rich diversity of cultures both historically and presently. By working together we help to remind, inform and, of course, motivate travelers to visit both destinations." He also spoke about the need to rethink heritage travel through the prism of today’s leading travel interests such as green tourism and support for local communities, both key sustainability goals.

Yoram Elgrabli, VP, North and Central America, El Al Israel Airlines, also present at the event, provided a door prize of a roundtrip ticket to Tel Aviv on behalf of El Al.

11/05/2021
10/27/2021
Re: Park East Synagogue NextGen Minyan and Kiddush Tomorrow
10/08/2021

Re: Park East Synagogue NextGen Minyan and Kiddush Tomorrow

Re: Park East Synagogue NextGen Minyan and Kiddush Tomorrow

The Magic of Hope 10.12.21 @ Tribeca Rooftop
10/07/2021

The Magic of Hope 10.12.21 @ Tribeca Rooftop

Re: Special Guest Speaker at the Manhattan Sephardic Congregation: Mr. Curtis Sliwa
09/30/2021

Re: Special Guest Speaker at the Manhattan Sephardic Congregation: Mr. Curtis Sliwa

Re: Special Guest Speaker at the Manhattan Sephardic Congregation: Mr. Curtis Sliwa

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was well-known for her lifelong love of music. On the first yahrzeit (annivers...
09/14/2021

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was well-known for her lifelong love of music. On the first yahrzeit (anniversary) of her passing, we are honored to celebrate her with an original virtual program from the world-class Israel Philharmonic.

RBG fans of all ages are invited to join us THIS FRIDAY, September 17th at 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET as six-time Emmy and Tony Award-nominated actress Tovah Feldshuh reads Debbie Levy’s I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark, followed by an Israel Philharmonic string quartet performance of Bach’s Air on the G String played in her honor.

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was well-known for her lifelong love of music. On the first yahrzeit (anniversary) of her passing, we are honored to celebrate her with an original virtual program from the world-class Israel Philharmonic.

RBG fans of all ages are invited to join us THIS FRIDAY, September 17th at 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET as six-time Emmy and Tony Award-nominated actress Tovah Feldshuh reads Debbie Levy’s I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark, followed by an Israel Philharmonic string quartet performance of Bach’s Air on the G String played in her honor.

09/13/2021
http://newyorkjewishguide.com/2021/09/01/an-open-letter-to-the-jewish-community-from-manhattan-district-attorney-candida...
09/13/2021
An Open Letter to the Jewish Community from Manhattan District Attorney Candidate Thomas Kenniff |

http://newyorkjewishguide.com/2021/09/01/an-open-letter-to-the-jewish-community-from-manhattan-district-attorney-candidate-thomas-kenniff

My name is Thomas Kenniff. I am former a prosecutor, defense attorney, and Iraq War Veteran. I am currently the Republican Nominee for Manhattan District Attorney. I am running based not on party loyalty or political ambition, but out of love for this city and despair over what I see happening to it...

08/27/2021
Quote of the week"The best things in life aren't things."-- Art Buchwald
08/27/2021

Quote of the week
"The best things in life aren't things."
-- Art Buchwald

Quote of the week
"The best things in life aren't things."
-- Art Buchwald

Jewish Journalism and the Jewish Future Confirmation
08/16/2021

Jewish Journalism and the Jewish Future Confirmation

Jewish Journalism and the Jewish Future Confirmation

Quote of the Week"Man is only wise while he searches for wisdom; if he thinks he's found it, he's a fool."--- Rabbi ibn-...
08/06/2021

Quote of the Week
"Man is only wise while he searches for wisdom; if he thinks he's found it, he's a fool."
--- Rabbi ibn-Gavrioel

Quote of the Week
"Man is only wise while he searches for wisdom; if he thinks he's found it, he's a fool."
--- Rabbi ibn-Gavrioel

Much-a-Jew-About Nothing Comedy Show
07/09/2021

Much-a-Jew-About Nothing Comedy Show

Much-a-Jew-About Nothing Comedy Show

07/09/2021
Quote of the Week"Experience is what you get when you don't get what you wanted."-- Ann Landers
07/09/2021

Quote of the Week

"Experience is what you get when you don't get what you wanted."
-- Ann Landers

Quote of the Week

"Experience is what you get when you don't get what you wanted."
-- Ann Landers

06/20/2021
06/20/2021
06/20/2021
TADA! In-person & Online Musical Theater Summer Camps & Classes
04/27/2021

TADA! In-person & Online Musical Theater Summer Camps & Classes

TADA! In-person & Online Musical Theater Summer Camps & Classes

Quote of the Week"Pretending to be amused when a fool tells a joke is also a form of charity."--- Rabbi Yechiel Michal o...
04/26/2021

Quote of the Week

"Pretending to be amused when a fool tells a joke is also a form of charity."

--- Rabbi Yechiel Michal of Alexander

Quote of the Week

"Pretending to be amused when a fool tells a joke is also a form of charity."

--- Rabbi Yechiel Michal of Alexander

04/23/2021
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04/11/2021
04/08/2021
04/08/2021

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Terry Dale, President & CEO, USTOA at first-ever Malta/Israel Joint Promotion in the US said “The Two Mediterranean Destinations Present a Unique but Natural Travel Combination” The first-ever joint promotion of the Malta Tourism Authority and the Israel Ministry of Tourism in North America was held recently at the Park East Synagogue in New York City. H.E. Keith Azzopardi, Malta’s Ambassador to the US in Washington, and H.E. Vanessa Frazier, Malta’s representative to the UN in New York, co-hosts of the event both gave welcome remarks. This Malta Israel event was organized under the auspices of the Culture Diplomacy Fund of Malta’s Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs. Terry Dale, President & CEO, United States Tour Operators Association (USTOA) was featured speaker along with Michelle Buttigieg, Representative North America, Malta Tourism Authority, Eyal Carlin, Director General Israel Ministry of Tourism (IMOT) North America and Chad Martin, Director North East Region, IMOT. Terry Dale, in his remarks, noted “both Malta and Israel have a lot in common. They share the Mediterranean Sea, similar cuisines, diversity and of course rich in history, archaeology and attract religious pilgrimages. Their cultures both reflect the rich mosaic of people that make up their population. Yet despite their similarities, they each have such a unique heritage and flavor that they make this a unique two destination experience.” Now, with direct flights from Tel Aviv/Malta (only a 2 ½ hour flight) , resuming, it is very easy to combine both Malta and Israel and makes a very attractive combination and add on in either direction. Michelle Buttigieg spoke about the Jewish Heritage Malta program which was developed and recently launched. Buttigieg said “so few people know that there is a Jewish Community in Malta and that Jewish history in Malta dates back to the time of the Phoenicians. This special program enables visitors to Malta, to be able to locate and identify points of Jewish interest as well as to enable them to connect with the small but vibrant local Maltese Jewish community.” Chad Martin noted, “Few may know of Malta’s rich Jewish history, just as others often forget that in addition to being the Holy Land, Israel is also a Mediterranean destination with a rich diversity of cultures both historically and presently. By working together we help to remind, inform and, of course, motivate travelers to visit both destinations." He also spoke about the need to rethink heritage travel through the prism of today’s leading travel interests such as green tourism and support for local communities, both key sustainability goals. Yoram Elgrabli, VP, North and Central America, El Al Israel Airlines, also present at the event, provided a door prize of a roundtrip ticket to Tel Aviv on behalf of El Al.
Re: Park East Synagogue NextGen Minyan and Kiddush Tomorrow
The Magic of Hope 10.12.21 @ Tribeca Rooftop
Re: Special Guest Speaker at the Manhattan Sephardic Congregation: Mr. Curtis Sliwa
Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg was well-known for her lifelong love of music. On the first yahrzeit (anniversary) of her passing, we are honored to celebrate her with an original virtual program from the world-class Israel Philharmonic. RBG fans of all ages are invited to join us THIS FRIDAY, September 17th at 11:00 AM PT / 2:00 PM ET as six-time Emmy and Tony Award-nominated actress Tovah Feldshuh reads Debbie Levy’s I Dissent: Ruth Bader Ginsburg Makes Her Mark, followed by an Israel Philharmonic string quartet performance of Bach’s Air on the G String played in her honor.