Category: L’CHAIM

Jerusalem Zoo’s Doron sentimental in visit to S.D. Zoo

By Donald Harrison, San Diego Jewish World In Hebrew, Shai Doron’s names – both his first and his last name – mean “gift,” and as he goes from one successful post to the next, perhaps he feels that in the…

Book Review

Come Back For Me by Sharon Hart-Green By Eva Trieger Survivor’s guilt is a verified phenomenon, and in this 2017 novel by Sharon Hart-Green, we are invited into the world of a young man tortured by the promise he made…

‘Wings of Eagles’

By Donald Harrison, San Diego Jewish World To fellow aviators, perhaps, Elgen M. Long is best known as the man who in 1971 first flew around the world over both the North and South Poles. Additionally, he is admired for…

WHAT IS CAMPUS OF LIFE?

Campus of Life (COL) is a brand new concept of residential living — integrating community, wellness and learning experiences that compliment individuals’ goals. Imagine living in a beautiful new neighborhood surrounded with likeminded neighbors that know each other and enjoy…

Out of Recent Ashes

Israel’s Border Communities Persevere Thanks to Jewish National Fund

THE FATHER

David Ellenstein provides exceptional direction with “The Father,” by Florian Zeller. Ellenstein’s instincts are razor sharp, directing an aging man named Andre, (superbly played by James Sutorius,) with many layers, offering a supportive cast. “The Father,” is superbly executed, poignantly…

EVENT: KNOW YOUR RISK

San Diego– Can two genes control your destiny? Recently there’s been an explosion of genetic testing with 75,000 genetic tests on the market and ten new tests entering the market daily. The business of clinical genomics is forecast to grow to…

MahJongg

A Pleasure to Play, A Passion to Teach