For the fourth annual Social Justice Lecture of the University of San Francisco Jewish Studies and Social Justice program, the JCCSF hosted Anat Hoffman, Executive Director of the Israel Religious Action Center (IRAC), the legal and advocacy arm of the Reform movement in Israel. A founding member of Women of the Wall, she made international news in recent years for her tireless advocacy on behalf of issues related to women’s rights and freedom of religion.
Archive for July, 2012
Ted Allen, host of the top Food Network show Chopped, frequently appears on The Best Thing I Ever Ate, and was the food and wine specialist on Bravo’s Emmy award-winning Queer Eye for the Straight Guy. He was also a judge on the first four seasons of Bravo’s Top Chef and on Food Network’s Iron Chef America. His latest book is In My Kitchen: 100 Recipes and Discoveries for Passionate Cooks. He along with Chopped won two James Beard Foundation Broadcast Media Awards in 2012.
In conversation with Allison Arieff of SPUR (San Francisco Planning & Urban Research Association)
Whether discussing the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao or the rebuilding of the World Trade Center site, The New Yorker Architecture Critic and Pulitzer prize-winner Paul Goldberger’s keen observations and sharp wit make him one of the most insightful and passionate architectural voices of our time. Joining us on the occasion of the 75th anniversary of the Golden Gate Bridge, he shares his insights on creating iconic civic structures in a wide-ranging discussion of what’s hot in the architecture world.