He presently serves as President of the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust.This webinar, "Sources for Jewish Genealogy in Ukraine" was broadcast on December 23, 2013 as part of a meeting of the Israel Genealogy Research Association [IGRA] in Petah Tikva by Tomasz Jankowski.This situation leads to a not-so-typical romantic encounter with David and Sarah F, who take short breaks from their respective dates to meet at the back of the restaurant, where they dream up mural ideas and finish each other’s sentences.
Jason and I noticed each other, finagled an introduction, and the rest moved incredibly smoothly. Dating around for well over a decade had jaded me, but Jason leaped through every ring of courtship.
After six months or so, I realized, “We’re never breaking up.” This was it.
He is the author of the Beginner's Guide to Austrian-Jewish Genealogy and the coauthor of Getting Started with Czech-Jewish Genealogy.
Schoenberg is a volunteer curator on Professionally, he is an attorney (who succeeded in returning stolen Nazi major art to the rightful heirs) and serves on the boards of various philanthropic, artistic and educational organizations.
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In the second episode, The Follow Up, David loses Sarah F's phone number.
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Randol Schoenberg is a board member of Jewish Gen and the Co Founder of Jewish Gen's Austria-Czech Special Interest Group.
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Jewish Humor Central is a blog to start your day with news of the Jewish world that's likely to produce a knowing smile and some Yiddishe nachas. In May 2016 we posted the pilot episode of Soon By You, a new web comedy series that depicts the joys and challenges of Orthodox Jewish dating for young professional singles in New York City.
Two others were married, but are now divorced, and both of those unions were interfaith. My grandmother would say to people in her thick Georgia drawl, “If you have five grandchildren, you’re lucky if two of them are married.” And I married a nice Jewish boy. My husband Jason and I knew each other as young children. But we were never at the same schools, and our families weren’t in close contact.