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[Enquirer] Families banded together to help domestic abuse victims

This is what agape love looks like.

More than 20 women braved chilly temperatures and the threat of rain Tuesday morning to do a huge favor for other women – whom they likely will never meet. They gathered at a white, two-story multi-family dwelling in Roselawn and unpacked things most…

[FOX 19] Local Organization Packs Thanksgiving Meals for Families in Need

Green beans, stuffing, and all the works were bagged up Sunday morning for the annual Thanksgiving Mitzvah, organized by the Women’s Philanthropy Division of the Jewish Federation of Cincinnati.

Volunteers packaged 180 kosher and non-kosher Thanksgiving meals to fill the Jewish Family Ser…

[CityBeat] Ish Festival Returns to Washington Park

Launched in 2017, the ish Festival is back this year, exploring the spectrum of Jewish and Israeli arts and cultural traditions through art, food and music for all ages via the theme “to welcome the stranger.” The goal is to deepen the understanding of what it means to be human.

There w…

[Cincinnati Enquirer] Jews Feel Homeless in Current Political Climate

In Sunday conversations, Opinion Editor Kevin Aldridge chats with some of Greater Cincinnati's most intriguing thought leaders and newsmakers to discuss current news events and interesting, little-known facts about them. Today's featured guest is Jackie Congedo, director of the Jewish Commun…

[Business Courier:] A Cincy Baking Superhero is Retiring His Cape, Tights

A superhero of the Cincinnati food industry is hanging up his cape and tights, retiring after feeding the Queen City for nearly 50 years.

John Marx, the not-so-mild-mannered alter ego of Bagel Man and the founder of Marx Hot Bagels, sold his bakery and is retiring. The 78-year-old has been …