Weinstein JCC

The Weinstein JCC's Israeli Film Festival features the true story of a Jewish businessman in World War II Berlin. Read more

Stage & Screen

A film at the upcoming Jewish Film Festival at the Weinstein JCC examines the life and work of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. Read more

Stage & Screen

Richmond-area residents, faith leaders and political figures attend a vigil in response to the weekend shootings at a Pittsburgh synagogue. Read more


"If You Could See Me" is Richmonder Erin Lessin Mahone's debut book of life lessons. Read more


Now in its eighth year, the Israeli Film Festival brings the work of some of that nation’s brightest talents to the Byrd Theatre Jan. 18-27. Read more

Stage & Screen

Once is not enough for some nonprofit board volunteers. Read more


For Richmond’s most observant Jews, Ilene Paley is the culinary gatekeeper. Read more

Sunday Story

The ReelAbilities Film Festival returns to the Weinstein JCC March 16-19. Read more


Weinstein JCC's seventh annual Israeli Film Festival runs Jan. 19-23. Read more


Take a peek behind the scenes — and read up on the can't-miss dishes — of this year's Richmond Jewish Food Festival. Read more

Food News & Trends

The Weinstein JCC will screen the 2014 documentary “The Return” Nov. 17 in partnership with the Virginia Holocaust Museum. Read more


On stage and in the community, a young Richmonder proves he's more than his disability. Read more

Sunday Story

You might pong more than ping at the Richmond Table Tennis Club Read more


A shoutout to local nonprofits — from their peers, plus an interview with a nonprofit fixer and tips on smart giving Read more

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Who's performing in RVA this month (welcome, Bonnie Raitt!), plus a list of local events to keep you entertained Read more


Members and non-members alike are invited to the Weinstein JCC's Community Chanukah Celebration on December 13. Read more


Suspense novelist Tess Gerritsen participates in the Weinstein JCC's annual book fair (Nov. 5 to 15), which marks four decades this year. Read more


Matthew Lopez’s "The Whipping Man" opens on the eve of Passover in 1865 with Caleb DeLeon, a Jewish Confederate veteran, returning on a gangrenous leg to his wrecked family mansion in prostrate, smoldering Richmond. Read more


In partnership with Virginia Repertory Theatre, Richmond-based author David L. Robbins recently adapted his book into a play. He will discuss that process... Read more


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