Golders Green

Poignant Holocaust survivor art gets wider audience

January 27, 2011

The London Jewish Cultural Centre marked HMD by mounting an exhibition of paintings by survivor Alicia Melamed Adams.

It was opened by Suzanne Bardgett, head of research at the Imperial War Museum, who has written about the artist's life and work in the soon to be published Justice, Politics and Memory in Europe after the Second World War.

She explained to guests how Ms Melamed Adams, who survived the Holocaust in the Polish town of Drohobycz, settled in England after the war and began studying art only when the French class she had hoped to join was full.

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Siege of Sidney Street

By LJCC, January 24, 2011
Time:
Tuesday 1 February
12:45pm

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Girl 'groped' in Shabbat sex game

January 20, 2011

An Orthodox student sexually assaulted a 17-year-old Austrian tourist during a heated game of spin the bottle.

Israeli-born Menachem Chaim Unger, 21, groped the girl at his friend's flat after being dared to go into a room alone with her during the game, Hendon Magistrates heard.

After a Shabbat dinner at the Golders Green Hillel House, Unger went to the house of a friend, Leonie Ettinger, to meet two Austrian girls. He had arranged for them to stay with Ms Ettinger in Golders Green.

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Ivrit Teacher

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Monthly Chicago Bridge

By Alythbridge, January 17, 2011
Time:
Sunday 6 February
7:00pm - 10:00pm

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Lord Browne of Madingley Talks to David Wighton, Business and City Editor of The Times

By LJCC, January 12, 2011
Time:
Thursday 3 February
8:04pm - 9:48pm

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Wellbeing Workshop: Understanding the Power of Thought

By jcclondon, January 7, 2011
Time:
Thursday 27 January
8:00pm - 10:00pm

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Tu B’shvat – birthday party for the trees

By jcclondon, January 5, 2011
Time:
Sunday 23 January
2:00pm - 4:00pm

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Teams go head to head as they find it's good to talk in shul

December 29, 2010

There was more debating than usual at Mill Hill and Golders Green United synagogues, but it was school children who debated issues of concern.

Hosted by Tribe, the inter-school debating competition allowed pupils of Hasmonean, Moriah, Sinai, Simon Marks and Wolfson Hillel to voice their opinions. The format posed the teams against each other in 15-minute parliamentary style debates. Teams were ranked according to criteria such as content, vocal presentation and response.

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