You are here
In the 1980s, pop-artist Andy Warhol unveiled a series of portraits at a museum in New York. The portraits were like any other Andy Warhol prints – loud, flashy, and bright.
This year, for the first time in over 100 years and the only time in our lifetimes, the Jewish festival of Hanukkah and the American holiday of Thanksgiving coincide, with Hanukkah beginning at sundown on November 27 and Thanksgiving falling on November 28. Here's the answer to our favorite question: What do you eat on Thanksgivukkah?
By Brian Zimmerman — Three years ago, Heather Johnston was a full-time pediatrician with a parti-time chocolate-making hobby. Today, she's the owner of Veruca Chocolates, makers of Gelt for Grown-Ups.
In conjunction with our 90th anniversary, Spertus President Dr. Hal M. Lewis announces Spertus Green, Spertus Institute’s Environmental Initiative.
Enjoy recipes from Spertus Executive Chef Laura Frankel's exploration of Jews and Chinese food.
By Betsy Gomberg for JUF News — This year, Chanukah begins at sundown on Nov. 27 (the night before Thanksgiving), which means now is the time to think about gift buying.
The Jewish Chronicle (Pittsburgh) — Ten Jewish Pittsburgh professionals received master’s of arts degrees in Jewish professional studies (MAJPS) from Chicago-based Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership.
eJewish Philanthropy — The first Pittsburgh cohort of local Jewish communal professionals has completed the rigorous Spertus program designed to develop their Jewish knowledge and prepare them to lead Jewish organizations. Honorary doctoral degrees were awarded to John S. Ruskay and David S. Shapira.