Michael Goldberg was named the inaugural executive director of the Veale Institute for Entrepreneurship at Case Western Reserve University in Cleveland, according to a Jan. 21 news release.
Adam Mandell, vice president of sales for the Cleveland Jewish Publication Company, will be a recipient of the 2020 Distinguished Marketing and Sales Awards by the Sales and Marketing Executives of Cleveland at the 59th annual DMSA Banquet on Feb. 20.
Mark Frank, who was elected to a two-year term as president of Kol Israel Foundation in Beachwood in June, discussed his priorities for the foundation, which serves to educate people about the Holocaust and memorializes those lost to it.
Abercrombie & Fitch Co. closed at Beachwood Place in Beachwood Jan. 18 and Papyrus will also close, in addition to GAP, which announced its closure earlier this week.
Kevin S. Adelstein, publisher and CEO of the Cleveland Jewish News and president of the Cleveland Jewish Publication Company, was recently elected to a three-year term as a director of the Better Business Bureau serving Greater Cleveland.
Born in Poland, Leon Shear got an early taste of Nazi cruelty as an unpaid worker in the building that housed the Gestapo and German police in his hometown, Bendin or Bedzin in Silesia.
MGM Northfield Park announced Jan. 23 the appointment of Matt Buckley as its new president and COO, succeeding Chris Kelley, who is leaving to run MGM Springfield in Massachusetts.
Nancy Udelson will retire as president and CEO of the Cleveland area chapter of the Alzheimer’s Association, effective June 30, according to a news release. She has led the Beachwood-based organization since 2007.
Eugene Norman Yulish, a former Clevelander who was known to a generation of Philadelphians as host of children’s television shows, died Jan. 19. He was 88.
With a recent Facebook post, a University Heights man is launching a volunteer security patrol in Beachwood, Cleveland Heights, Shaker Heights and University Heights.
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage in Beachwood remembered civil rights activist the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. with an all-day, free and open to the public event called “Hear Our Voices.”
Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple’s search for a new cantor culminated in the hiring of Cantor Vladimir Lapin, who is cantor at Temple Beth-El, a Reform temple in Great Neck, N.Y., the temple announced in an email to its congregants Jan. 21.
State Rep. Casey Weinstein returned to his Hudson home from a business trip Jan. 16 to find papers wrapped with a gold bow he didn’t consider a welcome home gift.
Marigold Catering + Events and Marigold’s flagship venue, TENK West Bank, were selected as a 2020 winner of The Knot Best of Weddings, a leading wedding planning brand and app.
BERLIN – Photos have surfaced of convicted Nazi war criminal John Demjanjuk in the Sobibor Nazi death camp, where he denied ever having been a guard.