14th of January 2012 / Serving Oregon & Southwest Washington since 1959

FINAL EDITION: Review lived up to its mission

With this edition, the Jewish Review comes to the end of its 53 years of service to a family of readers in Portland, across Oregon and in southwest Washington.  read more »


New era begins in reporting of Jewish community news

With the closure of the Jewish Review comes a new era in communication within the Jewish community.  read more »

New school honors two couples Feb. 11

By Ma’ayan HaTorah, a new community day school in Portland, will be honoring two families at a Saturday night celebration Feb. 11  read more »

Matchmaker, matchmaker find me a volunteer online

Volunteers are the lifeblood of Jewish Portland’s synagogues, schools, senior facilities and social services. There are thousands of opportunities to do a mitzvah, whether that act of goodness takes a day or a lifetime.  read more »

Arts & Letters »

Book sale, poetry reading benefit Jewish Academy

This year’s used book sale to benefit the Portland Jewish Academy library will kick off with a reading by Claire Warton, parent of two PJA middle school students.  read more »

Two new exhibits at OJM

The Oregon Jewish Museum will host an opening reception 5:30-7:30 p.m., Jan. 18 for two new exhibitions—one focusing on women’s suffrage and the other a collection of artwork looking at the realities of wartime.  read more »

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