Jewish Long Beach is pleased to introduce Melanie Edwards as its manager of marketing and outreach.
Now, the JCC is partnering with The Grand of Long Beach to create ready-made meals that volunteers pick up from the JCC and deliver — for free — to seniors without any contact.
This year's event — along with the goal of raising money to benefit area organizations — features a musical performance with historical significance.
Lentzner, who has been called a Long Beach icon, treasure and institution, died after struggling for almost a year with a variety of health issues, according to his son, Alan Lentzner.
“It’s more important now than ever for the Jewish people to stand together in unity and show the world that our light will always defeat darkness,” said Rabbi Abba Perelmuter from Shul by the...
A new menorah was placed in the lobby of Long Beach’s new City Hall on Monday with two of its candles already lit in a ceremony hosted by Mayor Robert Garcia and Rabbi Binyomin Fajland.
Gerda Seifer, who lives in Long Beach, published her memoirs in "The Girl in the Cellar: Surviving the Holocaust in Nazi-Occupied Poland."
Long Beach resident and philanthropist, Barbara Alpert, passed away on Sunday, Nov. 24. Friends and family hosted a public memorial service on Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Jewish Long Beach — a merger of two other organizations — — was cause for celebration at the Alpert Jewish Community Center this week.
On Nov. 6, 250 people came together to celebrate the first night of the Long Beach Jewish Film Festival and the official launch of a newly formed nonprofit, Jewish Long Beach.