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30th annual KidShare event on May 9 to benefit JCC

Published April 8, 2019

Milwaukee's Finest Culinary Event will bring together over 30 of Milwaukee's best restaurants, chefs, bakers and caterers for the much-anticipated event on Thursday, May 9 from 6:00 - 10:00 pm at The Pfister Hotel.

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Food, family and history land on the marquee at the Jewish Film Festival

Published Oct. 17, 2015

The Milwaukee Film Festival may have run its end credits earlier this month, but film festival season is far from over. Take, for instance, the Jewish Film Festival, which will yell action on its 18th year of bringing Jewish culture, tradition, history, experiences and perspectives to the big screen this weekend.

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JCC's Levenberg celebrates modern Israeli cuisine

Published May 11, 2011

A number of Milwaukee restaurants offer Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisine, but if you're looking for modern Israeli fare, your choices are much more limited. The Jewish Community Center, 6255 N. Santa Monica Blvd., however, offers its own spin on the food you might order at a cafe in Tel Aviv, and actually, it's delicious.

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Guide to summer day camps for kids

Published March 12, 2011

Looking for child care and / or education stimulation for your little people this summer? Milwaukee day camps offer lots of interesting experiences for youngsters and allow parents to remain gainfully employed or have the chance to take a breather during the long, kid-filled summer months.

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Settlement Cookbook still dishes up warm memories

Published Oct. 11, 2008

Look in any used bookshop, at any rummage sale and you'll likely see a copy. Check out your mom's cookbooks and grandma's, too. There's bound to be a copy of "The Settlement Cookbook." And it likely will have recipes taped into the endpapers and notes scribbled throughout. The cookbook was born in Milwaukee in 1901.