FBI says no suspect arrested in connection with threat made to San Antonio Jewish community
Editor’s note: We previously reported that the ADL said a suspect was apprehended in connection with the threat made to the San Antonio Jewish community. At this time, the FBI has issued a statement, saying no arrests have yet been made.
Temple Beth-El Supports San Antonio Musicians With Free Facebook Live Concerts
click to enlarge Facebook / Temple Beth-El San AntonioEvery Saturday night Temple Beth-El is using music to sayor good wishes for the week.For the third week running this San Antonio Jewish congregation is supporting local musicians who have lost income due to the pandemic by featuring them in free Facebook Live concerts. This Saturday's 7 p.m. installment will showcase internationally recognized organist Andrew Lloyd The performances follow shortservices hosted by pairs of congregants in their homes, in which they conduct a ritual to sing farewell to the holy day ofand bring blessings for the week to comeIt's less formal than the live streamedservice earlier in the day, and there's some explanation for the uninitiated.Previous Beth-El concerts are available for viewing on the temple's Facebook Page. The series' first performance featured wife and husband Renia and Ilya Shterenberg of the San Antonio Symphony and Olmos Ensemble performing Georg Friedrich Fuchs'for violin and clarinet.Last week guitarist Johnny Pea performed a variety of pieces while dressed to the nines in his kitchen. If it is already visually surreal to see professionals performing from their homes it's equally remarkable that the audio quality is superb.sacurrent.com