Golders Green

Israeli Film Club: Shiva

By LJCC, November 24, 2009
Time:
Sunday 13 December
6:30pm - 8:30pm

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Israeli cleared of causing policeman's death

By Leon Symons, November 6, 2009

An Israeli has been cleared of causing the death by dangerous driving of an off-duty motor-cycle policeman.

Liron Shnaider, a 26-year-old musician who lives in Golders Green, pleaded guilty to the lesser charge of careless driving and will be sentenced next month.

Shnaider was acquitted after a four-day trial at Isleworth Crown Court during which his counsel, Jonathan Goldberg QC, demonstrated that the accident in April that brought about the death of 36-year-old PC Chris Dent occurred because of a sequence of unfortunate events.

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LJCC does Mitzvah Day

By LJCC, October 27, 2009
Time:
Sunday 15 November
10:00am - 1:00pm

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An Evening with Nicholas Parsons

By LJCC, October 27, 2009
Time:
Tuesday 19 January
8:00pm - 9:00pm

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Project Thriller

By LJCC, October 27, 2009
Time:
Monday 21 December
10:00am - 23 December 2009, 3:00pm

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Ollie Rosenblatt & the LJCC Present: Jazz at Ivy House: The Dave Newton Trio

By LJCC, October 27, 2009
Time:
Thursday 11 February
8:00pm - 9:00pm

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Ollie Rosenblatt & the LJCC Present: Jazz at Ivy House: The John Etheridge Trio

By LJCC, October 27, 2009
Time:
Tuesday 8 December
8:00pm - 9:00pm

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Stacey gives X-friends kosher noshing class

By Robyn Rosen, October 22, 2009

After two heavy nights competing in one of Britain’s most watched television shows, what better way to wind down than enjoying some of Golders Green’s finest products — falafel and shwarma.

X Factor finalists took advice from Jewish contestant Stacey Solomon, 20, and ate at the White House Express in Golders Green Road two nights in a row last weekend.

Ronnie Canzee, whose family owns the White House chain, said: “Stacey was giving them advice on what the best things were to try.

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Kingdom restored

By Robyn Rosen, October 22, 2009

A major north London kosher supermarket has held its official reopening more than a year after a fire destroyed 50 per cent of the building.

Kosher Kingdom in Golders Green celebrated its return to business with live music, clowns, wine-tasting and free refreshments.

Manager David Rokach said the store now stocked hundreds of extra products, including more health and American items. An electrical fault caused the blaze, which was tackled by over 50 firefighters.

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Bloom's job case verdict

By Leon Symons, October 22, 2009

The last link with the family that established Bloom’s kosher restaurants has won an employment tribunal against Bloom’s current owner.

Jonathan Tapper had been manager at the restaurant in Golders Green and then at the branch in Edgware. He lost his job last year, prior to the Edgware restaurant closing in December.

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