Chagall exhibition to open at Tate Liverpool

By Jennifer Lipman, May 13, 2013

An exhibition dedicated to the career of Russian-Jewish artist Marc Chagall is to open in Liverpool next month.

Fifteen years after the last major retrospective of his work in the UK, and 27 years after his death at the age of 97, Tate Liverpool is to remind art-lovers of the modernist painter's genius.


Stones get a new show at King David in Liverpool

By Jonathan Kalmus, May 13, 2013

An appeal to preserve antique foundation stones from the Liverpool King David schools has been launched.


Boat comes in for Liverpool immigration museum

By Jonathan Kalmus, April 22, 2013

The UK’s first museum dedicated to telling the story of mass immigration to Britain and beyond, including the journeys of thousands of Jews, is the brainchild of a Merseyside Jewish leader.


Twigg: 'Hebrew to stay'

By Jonathan Kalmus, March 25, 2013

Shadow education secretary Stephen Twigg has told Jewish communal leaders he opposes government plans to force religious education and Hebrew out of the national curriculum.


Medical aid campaign with defibrillators

By Jonathan Kalmus, January 28, 2013

Following the death of a Liverpool King David High pupil from a heart attack, a petition for a Parliamentary debate on siting defibrillators in all UK public buildings has gathered over 71,000 signatures.


A perfect fit for Julia

January 21, 2013

British Jewry is blessed with many public figures who adorn the nation itself. One of them, Baroness Neuberger, has just been appointed to chair the inquiry into the Liverpool Care Pathway — a hugely sensitive, vitally important and horrendously difficult task.


Steinberg’s Vision to launch business festival

By Jonathan Kalmus, January 18, 2013

One of Liverpool’s leading Jewish figures has been tasked by the Prime Minister to deliver what is claimed to be the UK’s largest planned national business event since the 1950s.


Neuberger ‘backdoor euthanasia’ inquiry

By Anna Sheinman, January 17, 2013

Baroness Julia Neuberger, rabbi of West London Synagogue, is to chair the review of the controversial palliative care method known as the Liverpool Care Pathway.

The Liverpool Care Pathway is a checklist for medical professionals to assist patients to a humane and pain-free death, developed over 10 years ago by pain-care specialists in Liverpool.


Jerusalem Opus Piano Trio in Liverpool

By jhgreenstein, October 3, 2012
Sunday 11 November
4:00pm - 6:00pm


Defibrillator drive takes off

By Jonathan Kalmus, September 20, 2012

A national drive to provide lifesaving equipment to Jewish organisations has taken its first “small steps”. At the same time, a defibrillator is to be given to every primary school in Liverpool after the death of a pupil at the city’s King David Jewish High school.