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[American Israelite:] Marx’s Hot Bagels Has Been Sold

Marx Hot Bagels is under new ownership.

The long-time bagel shop in Blue Ash was sold recently to Y. Y. Davis, who bought it from John and Danielle Marx.

Marx has owned the shop since 1969 when he took over a company that was in bankruptcy. He got his start in baking at Kroger’s at Eight…

[WLWT:] Local Holocaust survivor has ties to CA synagogue shooting

A Holocaust survivor from our area has a personal connection to synagogue in Poway, California where one person was killed and three others injured in a shooting last weekend. More.>

[Jewish Philanthropy:] Wexner Heritage Program Announces Three New Classes

The Wexner Foundation has announced three new classes of the Wexner Heritage Program with volunteer leaders from Cincinnati, OH, Rochester, NY and Seattle, WA. In Cincinnati the program is supported by a partnership with the Jewish Foundation of Cincinnati. More.>

[WLWT:] Hundreds gather for interfaith response to shootings in New Zealand

Hundreds of adults, children, faith leaders and politicians gathered at a West Chester mosque Saturday as a show of solidarity. It comes after a deadly massacre, shootings at two mosques in New Zealand earlier this week.

The Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati opened its doors to people of…

[Cincinnati Enquirer:] Holocaust survivor escaped and joined the US Army

Albert Miller waits in a small hut. He's in one of many such huts at this camp in a field in rural Germany.

It's April 1946 and a stranger is about to join him here, one of about a dozen he will meet this shift.

Miller hasn't talked to him before, yet he already knows so much about him. M…