Pittsburgh’s Former B’nai Israel Likely to Become Apartments & Public Space

ISJM recently learned from an article by Sandra Tolliver on the website What’s NEXT for pittsburgh? that a plan is afoot to adapt the former B’nai Israel Synagogue in Garfield … Read More

It’s Not Easy to Make A Monument: The Long (and Unresolved) Effort to Commemorate American Liberators at Buchenwald

Jerry Klinger hoped to see a monument to the American soldiers who liberated the Buchenwald Concentration Camp in Germany. For years he’d looked to the 75th anniversary of the freeing … Read More

Efforts Continue to Save Colorado’s Temple Aaron, One of the Oldest Synagogues in the American West

A recent report on Colorado Public Radio brought new attention to the ongoing efforts to save the Moorish-style Temple Aaron in Trinidad, Colorado, one of the oldest surviving synagogue buildings … Read More