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Staff

Life Long Learning: British Royals, the People, Notable Events and Scandals!, Paul White

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

Paul White is the founder of HRGread, a Life Long Learning program provider which specializes in lectures and Town Hall Meeting programs for active adults.  Paul is a retired Health Care executive with both an Undergraduate and Graduate degree in History who has a love of history, education and for the contribution of those who […]

Life Long Learning: Israel Update with Max Kleinman

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

Annual Shirley C. Green Memorial Symposium Israel Update with Max Kleinman Max Kleinman is a consultant for the Jewish Community Legacy Project and chairs the Combatting Antisemitism Initiative for Congregation Agudath Israel in Caldwell, NJ. He is a columnist for the New Jersey Jewish News.  For two decades, he was the CEO of the Jewish […]

Life Long Learning: An Armchair Tour of NYC , Paul White

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

Take a look at the famous and not-so-famous places & “cool” spots around Manhattan.   Paul White is the founder of HRGread, a Life Long Learning program provider which specializes in lectures and Town Hall Meeting programs for active adults.  Paul is a retired Health Care executive with both an Undergraduate and Graduate degree in […]

Life Long Learning: How Musicals get to Broadway: And Why Are Tickets So Darn Expensive?

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

JOHN KENRICK- John gives talks on theatre and film history, has appeared in numerous documentaries and is the author of Musicals101.com, The Complete Idiot's Guide to Amateur Theatricals, and the textbook Musical Theatre: A History. He has taught at New York University's Steinhardt School, The New School University, Marymount College Manhattan, The Philadelphia University of […]

Life Long Learning: Artemisia Gentileschi: The Spirit of Caesar in the Soul of a Woman

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

Artemisia Gentileschi was the most famous female painter of the 17th Century. Although trained by her father, she went on to have a successful, independent career, only to fall into obscurity after her death in 1656. She did astonishing work, mostly portraying courageous and rebellious female protagonists. Come and hear what inspired her— her story […]

JEWISH AUTHORS & IDEAS SERIES: Eleanor Reissa

Virtual Event | JCC MetroWest NJ, United States

JCC MetroWest presents, Eleanor Reissa, "The Letters Project"   A sec­ond-gen­er­a­tion Holo­caust mem­oir, The Let­ters Project con­sti­tutes an impor­tant addi­tion to the grow­ing library of works explor­ing inher­it­ed trau­ma. In 1986, upon the death of her moth­er, Eleanor Reis­sa — an acclaimed actress, singer, direc­tor, writer, and con­tem­po­rary Yid­dish per­former — was stunned to dis­cov­er a stash of 56 let­ters writ­ten in Ger­man, hid­den inside […]

Life Long Learning: The Hearing Loss Experience: Its Stigmas, Challenges, & Successes

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

A Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center Lecture Judy Levitan, AuD, CCC-A, an audiologist at the Audio Services Hearing Center at the Barnabas Ambulatory Care Center will be speaking about the cognitive and social effects of untreated hearing loss. Judy Levitan received her Doctorate of Audiology at Salus University. She received her Masters of Science at Hunter […]

Life Long Learning: How Do American Political Institutions Govern in an Era of Divisive Partisanship?

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

The American political system presents challenges to governing in the best of circumstances. Separation of powers and federalism create a system of multiple veto points making it difficult to build support for policies. At some points in American political history, the two-party system helped overcome these inherent obstacles to governing, but now, they make the […]

In-Person! JEWISH AUTHORS & IDEAS SERIES: Jen Maxfield

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

JCC MetroWest presents, Jen Maxfield, "More After the Break: A Reporter Returns to Ten Unfor­get­table News Stories" In-person at the J! A Molly Burack Annual Lecture Based on her two-decade career as a local TV news reporter in New York City, Jen Max­field takes read­ers on a dra­mat­ic ride-along with her in the live truck, from the moment she […]

In-Person! JEWISH AUTHORS & IDEAS SERIES: Howard Blum

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

JCC MetroWest presents, Howard Blum, "The Spy Who Knew Too Much" In-person at the J! This true sto­ry begins on an Autumn morn­ing in 1978. A sail­boat runs aground on the Chesa­peake Bay. The coast guard finds bul­lets scat­tered on the deck, top secret gov­ern­ment doc­u­ments in the gal­ley, and a clas­si­fied trans­mit­ter used to com­mu­ni­cate with satellites. There’s […]

Life Long Learning: Stephen Sondheim: Worlds to Change

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

From the groundbreaking West Side Story to the beloved Into the Woods, this innovative songwriter redefined the Broadway musical. His scores graced the elegant A Little Night Music, the blood-soaked Sweeney Todd, and the urban alienation of Company. Why was Sondheim so unhappy with some of his most popular lyrics? And what does the phrase […]

Life Long Learning: Ben Shahn: The People’s Painter

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

Two-Part Series! Ben Shahn is celebrated for his bold, anguished imagery, which he deployed in order to protest against social injustice. His paintings, photographs, graphic art, and public murals were his way to practice tikkun olam, repairing the world. For Shahn, art was a powerful tool for effecting change. He asserted: “If we are to […]

Life Long Learning: Ben Shahn: The People’s Painter

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

Two-Part Series! Ben Shahn is celebrated for his bold, anguished imagery, which he deployed in order to protest against social injustice. His paintings, photographs, graphic art, and public murals were his way to practice tikkun olam, repairing the world. For Shahn, art was a powerful tool for effecting change. He asserted: “If we are to […]

Life Long Learning: Ben Shahn: The People’s Painter

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

Two-Part Series! Ben Shahn is celebrated for his bold, anguished imagery, which he deployed in order to protest against social injustice. His paintings, photographs, graphic art, and public murals were his way to practice tikkun olam, repairing the world. For Shahn, art was a powerful tool for effecting change. He asserted: “If we are to […]

Event Series Life Long Learning

Life Long Learning: The Minna Miller Edison Story with Alex Rimer

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

SEDUCED BY THE LIGHT The Mina Miller Edison Story by Alexandra Rimer This special summer Life Long Learning program will discuss the first and only biography of Mina Miller Edison, the wife of Thomas Edison. This account draws on unprecedented access to Edison family diaries, memoirs, and letters to look below the surface of the […]

Life Long Learning: I am a Palestinian Jew

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

Summer Life Long Learning: At the age of 93, my first book, "I Am A Palestinian Jew", has just been published and is on Amazon- Margalit Edelson. It is a memoir, covering the period between my own birth in 1930 and the birth of Israel in 1948. With historical background, it describes life in Palestine […]

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Life Long Learning: What’s a Nice Jewish Girl Like You Doing in a Place Like This? Jews, Prison and Spirituality

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

For the last 28 years, Elaine Leeder has been working in prisons. She has seen that there is redemption, remorse, and contrition behind the walls, finding that people can be transformed even in the most oppressive of circumstances. She will discuss the Jewish values of Teshuvah, Chesed, and Tikkun Olam that deeply inform her work. […]

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Life Long Learning: 2023: Celebrating the Genius of Pablo Picasso

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

2023 marks the 50th anniversary of the death of Pablo Picasso. Join Janet Mandel to learn about Picasso’s inexhaustible creativity and explore his tumultuous life, revealed through beautiful images of his major paintings and sculptures. In conjunction with this lecture, we will be taking a Day Trip to MoMA on Thursday, October 5th. We will […]

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Life Long Learning: A Beginner’s Guide to Advanced Spirituality

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

Rabbi Dan Ehrenkrantz will discuss his award-winning book, Where Are You? A Beginner’s Guide to Advanced Spirituality, as he leads the audience on a journey of transformation. Aided by wisdom from multiple traditions, he will talk about how one can find a spirituality that fits within every religion, and within no religion. Atheists and believers […]

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Life Long Learning: The History of American Song

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

The History of American Song is as complex and beautiful as America itself. American music includes Jazz, Blues, Folk, Country, Bluegrass, Broadway, and Rock & Roll. This interactive lecture will include live performances throughout the program, celebrating this wonderful repertoire. Gary Negbaur is a pianist, vocalist, educator, and composer. He plays Jazz, Blues and American […]

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Life Long Learning: 36th Annual Shirley C. Green Memorial Symposium Israel Update with Max Kleinman

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

Max Kleinman is a consultant for the Jewish Community Legacy Project and chairs the Combatting Antisemitism Initiative for Congregation Agudath Israel in Caldwell, NJ. He is a columnist for the New Jersey Jewish News and president of the Fifth Commandment Foundation. For two decades, he was the CEO of the Jewish Federation of Greater MetroWest […]

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Life Long Learning: The Past Is Prologue: Political Films of the 1970s

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

The 1970s were an artistically-rich period for American filmmaking, which often responded to recent history and the socio-political environment of the 1970s. Some of these films are best-considered products of their time, while others offer prescient glimpses into the challenges of the 21st Century. This lecture will discuss both, with relevant film clips. Some of […]

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Life Long Learning: Screen to Stage: When Films Become Broadway Musicals

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

It used to be common for stage musicals to be adapted as films. The trend has reversed and now it seems like most new Broadway musicals are based on popular films. How far back does this trend go? What caused the switch? John Kenrick celebrates this popular trend with backstage stories and performance videos. John […]

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Life Long Learning: A Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center Lecture, Problems Falling Asleep & Staying Asleep

JCC MetroWest | Tepper Hall 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

Sleep plays a crucial role in improving your physical and mental wellbeing. Join Jackie Morgado, Lead Technologist at the Center for Sleep Disorders at Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center, to learn about sleep disorders, the effect of sleep on your health, and ways to sleep better. Free to All-reservations strongly encouraged REGISTER HERE  

Life Long Learning: The American Way: A True Story of Nazi Escape, Superman, and Marilyn Monroe

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

REGISTER HERE “The American Way: A True Story of Nazi Escape, Superman, and Marilyn Monroe,” with Bonnie Siegler & Helene Stapinski The American Way is a vivacious story of two very different men, both striving to make their way in New York, their lives intersecting with a glittering array of luminaries from Billy Wilder and […]

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Life Long Learning: Molly Burack Annual Lecture “Teachers, The Ones I Can’t Forget”

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

REGISTER HERE Molly Burack Annual Lecture “Teachers, The Ones I Can’t Forget,” with Martin Fletcher Join us in person as Martin Fletcher discusses via ZOOM his latest book, Teachers, The Ones I Can’t Forget. This session will be moderated by Life Long Learning Committee member, social activist, and former teacher, Ruth Ross. Teachers are the […]

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Life Long Learning: Balance and Falls

JCC MetroWest 760 Northfield Ave, West Orange, NJ, United States

REGISTER HERE A Cooperman Barnabas Medical Center Lecture: Balance and Falls This program will discuss risk factors, safety considerations, the role of physical therapy, and exercise to reduce falls and maintain balance. Patricia Nolan PT is a Physical Therapist at Cooperman Barnabas Ambulatory Care Center. She has 22 years of clinical experience and has been […]