Stephen R. “Steve” Bernstein, age 73 of Gordon, Ohio (Darke County) passed away June 23. Mr. Bernstein started Bernstein’s Fine Catering and Uptown Deli in 1988. He is survived by his wife, Marti; son, Michael Bernstein (Julie Elliott-Herrera); two grandchildren, Kristen Bame and Matthew Bernstein; brother, Larry (Patti) Bernstein; sister,
Steve Bernstein, founder, owner and chef of Bernstein’s Fine Catering — a mainstay of Dayton’s general and Jewish communities — died Thursday night, June 23. He was 73. “Steve passed away unexpectedly yesterday evening,” Bernstein’s Fine Catering Co-Owner/Chef Adam Baumgarten wrote in a community email on Friday morning. “Our thoughts and
Story and Photos by Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer When Shulchan Yarok participants pull up to the Boonshoft Center for Jewish Culture and Education in Centerville on a June Thursday afternoon, not only are they greeted by coordinator Juliet Glaser with a box of produce picked and cleaned that
Back to basics: a new series Jewish Family Education with Candace R. Kwiatek, The Dayton Jewish Observer Research over the past two decades has led to fascinating conclusions about environmental influences on thinking and behavior. We’re all familiar with the effects of music on buying habits. But did you know
By Rabbi Rebecca Rosenthal, Kveller.com Just when we thought the Stanford rape case couldn’t get any worse, it did. In addition to the judge handing down a lenient sentence to a man convicted of three counts of felony sexual assault because of the way it might impact his future, Brock Turner’s
With Rachel Haug Gilbert, The Dayton Jewish Observer Cameron Kahn received his bachelor’s degree in chemistry, magna cum laude, from the University of South Carolina, where he served as president of Alpha Epsilon Delta, organized blood drives and community service projects, and volunteered at the Palmetto Baptist Hospital ER department.
By Rabbi Levi Simon, Chabad of Greater Dayton Envision Jewish life in an Eastern European shtetl — an idyllic atmosphere where everyone went about their life devout and undisturbed by big city problems. This has fascinated artists and authors from Marc Chagall to Isaac Bashevis Singer. We read a beautiful description