Memories of South Wales Jewry will feature in an exhibition and website thanks to a £33,000-plus grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.
The money has gone to Cardiff Reform Synagogue, which will work with Butetown History and Arts Centre, specialising in using photography and life stories to portray local black and ethnic minority communities.
I used to imagine what a fine forward line England would have if Craig Bellamy could partner Michael Owen. This was before Wayne Rooney arrived, obviously.
Back then, England struggled with a succession of foils for their main goal-scorer. Owen and Sven Goran Eriksson loved Emile Heskey but nobody else did, Darius Vassell was a whole-hearted channel-runner and little more, but Bellamy?
Rumours that Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak is dying have caused concern in Israel over the future of the Israeli-Egyptian relationship.
Over the past three decades, Mr Mubarak has gained admirers in Israel for sticking to the Egyptian-Israeli peace treaty through wars and intifadas. But the "cold peace" does not depend on him personally and is still likely to persist in a post-Mubarak era, analysts say.
May Mendleson doesn't like to have a fuss made of her - even on her 108th birthday.
Celebrations were low key for Mrs Mendleson, believed to be Britain's oldest Jew, at Cardiff's Penylan Jewish home, where she has been a resident for five years. However, she was delighted that her son Astor travelled from London with his wife Carole.
Born in Glasgow, she moved to London before marriage and took jobs including secretary to Hackney Conservative Party.
She met her husband Harry at a wedding where she was a bridesmaid and he was the best man.