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We can hardly wait to see you again, but until that day, you can find your Center online.
Neil Simon’s Brighton Beach Memoirs Brighton Beach, September 1937. Eugene Jerome is dreaming of baseball and girls. Over the course of a few short days amid family harmony and disharmony, young Eugene will come to understand...Read Post
Greetings! On behalf of the J’s Cultural Arts Department, I am very excited to share our 2019-20 Festival lineup. You will have the opportunity to meet an array of incredible authors with BIG stories. From a mixed-race Jewish girl...Read Post
41st Annual St. Louis Jewish Book Festival Announces Isaac Mizrahi as Keynote Speaker Isaac Mizrahi will be the Keynote Speaker for Opening Night of the St. Louis Jewish Book Festival on Sunday, November 3 at 7pm at the J’s Staenberg...Read Post
It’s been a cold and snowy winter, and with everything that has happened since last pool season (the Blues are going to the Stanley Cup Finals!), we thought this was a good time to revisit our Top 10 Pool Etiquette Pointers. These...Read Post
Passover Reminds Us to Appreciate Our Freedom Year-Round “In each generation, every person is obligated to see one’s self as if he/she fled Egypt.” This quote comes from the Jewish text known as the Haggadah, the guidebook used in...Read Post