Berkshire Jewish Voice Highlights

Highlights from the Berkshire Jewish Voice

“We few, we happy few, we band of brothers (and sisters)”

Barry R. Shapiro of Congregation Ahavath Sholom writes about the challenges of staging a virtual performance with the CAS Theatre Group, which will perform vignettes from plays including Jules Feiffer's "Hold Me" on Sunday, September 6 at 2 p.m.

Some Days You Get Out There Into the Big Wide World

A Berkshire Jewish Voices story by Albert Stern, about the time he and his 11-year-old son got out into the big wide world and, unexpectedly, got a chance to see Bol Bol play b-ball

Life in a Time of Pandemic and Civil Unrest

Rabbi Everett Gendler - pioneering Jewish environmentalist and longtime crusader for social justice - shares thoughts about this time of pandemic and civil unrest

The Summer of Our Discontent

Shakespeare & Company stalwart Jonathan Epstein reflects on a summer off the stage, and what the present absence of live theatre may portend for the future

Jewish Wisdom for Walking into the Unknown

Rabbi Jodie Gordon of Hevreh of Southern Berkshire draws on contemporary and ancient Jewish wisdom in offering thoughts on how to make it through these difficult times with grace and confidence