Cantor Sager

Revolution! Fairmount Temple chosen as site for B’nai Mitzvah Revolution in Cleveland – Cantor Sager

Posted on September 13, 2012

Today I am a man!” It is immediately recognizable. It is a cultural phenomenon. It is a term known to Jews and non-Jews alike and a source of endless jokes, of too-frequent and ostentatious excess, of caricature and misunderstanding. It has become so ubiquitous in the media that both The Simpsons and Frasier have featured Continue Reading »

The Jews of Cuba! – From Cantor Sarah Sager

Posted on June 5, 2012

There was a time when Cuba was accessible. It was colorful, multi-cultural, a kind of cross-roads for people, colonizing countries, wars, revolutions, and a series of governments that were, by turn, oppressive, corrupt, and authoritarian. And yet, despite the upheaval on the largest island of the West Indies, its people are warm and welcoming, its Continue Reading »