Jerry Stevenson recalls his first visit to Arbanel Street to the home of Felix Shulman, the founder and director of the Abu Gosh Music Festival. A doctor and veterinarian surgeon by profession, he also had a very solid musical background. His home was the center for his professional work as well as his musical activities.More...
Born in South Africa where she studied medicine specializing in psychiatry, Valerie Velkes went on to become an expert in family therapy. First in South Africa in the 1960’s, and then in Israel, she was a pioneer and teacher in this relatively new branch of therapy.More...
A loving memory of a dear friend and much missed ESRA volunteer.More...
Those Were the Days – life in Eilat as it once was, gives an overview of Eilat’s early days, written in memory of Dr. Reginald Morris. Dr. Morris and his dynamic wife, Fay, were early arrivals to Eilat in 1958 when it was still being hailed as ‘the wild west.’ The Morris’ contribution to the cultural, social and medical lives of visitors and residents is told by an appreciative friend, Barbara Abraham.More...
Frank Sinatra and the Jewish Connection: He did it His Way, reveals the talented, multi-faceted personality in a new light. Rolly King Kohansky reports on the evening, sponsored by ESRA, where Barbara Blum spoke about Sinatra’s lifelong devotion to Israel and the Jewish people, a connection which many in the audience had been unaware.More...
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