Heinz Field - Hyundai Club (West Club). Free parking at Carnegie Science Center North Lot
December 13, 2018
In response to the horrific events at Tree of Life on October 27, 2018, the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette is convening a community conversation on anti-Semitism in America and the implications for the future of American Jews and the Pittsburgh community.
Moderator: David Shribman, Editor, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Rabbi Jeffrey Myers, Rabbi at Tree of Life *Or L’Simcha Congregation
Joshua Sayles, Director of Community Relations, Jewish Federation of Greater Pittsburgh
Dr. Kathleen Blee, Dean, Dietrich School of Arts & Sciences, Universityof Pittsburgh, and member, Congregation Dor Hadash
Deborah Lipstadt, Author, Denying the Holocaust and Antisemitism Here and Now, and Jewish history professor, Emory University
Register to attend:
promo.post-gazette.com/conversation or 412-263-1541
Town Square Construction Update Beginning Monday, February 4: The Forbes Avenue Entrance on the Main Floor and the entire corridor will be closed for about a week. The Forbes Avenue entrance through the Garage/Centerfit level will continue to be open. You also can enter the Irene Kaufmann building through the Darlington entrance. During this period, AgeWell...
Something that is loved is never lost. –Toni Morrison (Beloved) I Lived, We Live: What Did We Miss? is a creative installation project organized by Hazelwood’s Center of Life, the Greater Hazelwood Community and Carnegie Mellon University’s School of Design. It’s a story about love, family and resilience. It’s a story about loss and trauma....
Howard Rieger and Beverly Siegel to Present What Squirrel Hill Can Learn from Chicago’s West Rogers Park In the Aftermath of October 27, at Squirrel Hill JCC on Thursday, Feb. 21 What Squirrel Hill Can Learn from Chicago’s West Rogers Park In the Aftermath of October 27, a program in support of neighborhood preservation and...
Co- Chairs: Lori and Bob Shure Marla and Michael Werner Honoring the Memory of Jerry Segal Drinks, Dinner, Dancing & More! Grab your cap and gown, best toga attire or your favorite college sweatshirt! Big Night University invites you to join the Class of 2019 for the college party of the year. Leave the studying at...