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A conversation with Beth El's Rabbi Emeritus whose work on understanding death was recognized nationally last week.
Belmont author Len Abram recalls Boston Marathons he ran and this year's which was halted with him on Heartbreak Hill.
Holocaust Memorial Day begins Saturday night with a service at Beth El Temple Center.
"It’s not the race or competition, it’s the training."
News, Holiday Guide
Bringing the holiday of lights to places far from home.
Belmont resident talks about his novel before his talk tonight at the Beech Street Center.
Like teak, victims of 9/11 will live on, hard to blunt their memories.
Visitors can tour the sanctuary, classrooms, offices, large hall for parties and concerts, full kitchen, and new playground, all conveniently located on the Belmont/Cambridge line.
Volunteers in the News
Belmont Officer Philip Kucha's was deployed in Afghanistan (2011-12) and Iraq (2007-8)
Alchemy 9.2.5, Belmont Center's newest jewelers, is co-owned by Belmont's Munya Upin.
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