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Author: Kaylene Ladinsky

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The mission of the Atlanta Jewish Time Podcast is to create a sense of community throughout the geographically dispersed Jewish people of greater Atlanta. The AJT accomplishes its mission through the timely dissemination of local news and important national Jewish and Israeli interests; support of local synagogue, nonprofit and cultural endeavors and events; the announcement of family simchas and lifecycle events; thought-provoking dialogue and debate on current issues and Jewish ideas; and the strengthening of the bonds and understanding of Jewish culture, tradition and family. 

Ask Kaylene LadinskySpecial Quarterly Bonus Episodes: These episodes are about engaging directly with our listeners and the community. Those questions you have always wanted an answer to, our award-winning Marquis Who’s Who of American and Who’s Who of America’s Women of Influence, multiple Simon Rockower Jewish Journalism Awards winner and Atlanta Jewish Times’ editor and managing publisher, Kaylene Ladinsky will find your answer. These episodes are quarterly and will engage with all facets of callers and interesting questions. 

Bio: Jeff Silberblatt, the host of “Jewish Time” brings a memorable radio voice, accustomed to serving as a voice-over actor in radio commercials. He has a 22-year history managing broadcast programming for radio stations and groups across the country and has worked with CBS radio, Clear Channel Communications (now iHeartMedia), Viacom and Cumulus Media. He managed radio stations in Michigan, Washington, D.C., and Honolulu before coming to Atlanta to manage Peach 94.9.As a broadcast manager he rubbed shoulders with celebrities, including Elton John, Jon Bon Jovi and Bruce Springsteen, and while in Hawaii, he was part of a production team that produced sold-out concerts at Aloha Stadium in Honolulu starring Celine Dion, Lionel Richie, The Rolling Stones and Ricky Martin. 

He is an experienced integrated marketer with strong and respected management experience and success. Has expertise in all things SEO/ SEM, Social, Behavioral Targeting, Linear and OTT Connected TV. Understand how to propose, present and execute both strategic digital and traditional marketing plans to clients. Jeff has strong presenting skills and a thorough understanding of how to gain the client’s trust. 

Bio: Atlanta Jewish Times’ Kaylene Ladinsky, has been with the AJT since January 2011. She has served the AJT as a writer, business manager, associate publisher throughout her tenure and now serves as the newspaper’s editor and managing publisher. She is a recipient of multiple Simon Rockower Jewish Journalism Awards, nationally recognized as a Marquis Who’s Who of American and Who’s Who of America’s Women of Influence, currently serves as an executive board member for the American Jewish Press Association and Atlanta Jewish Life Foundation, as well as an active member of the National Newspaper Association. News and community relations took priority when becoming founder and president of Americans United with Israel Corporation, a charitable 501(c)3 NGO based in Atlanta, Georgia in 2009.She has 15 years of experience in corporate mediation representing many Fortune 500 clients, including FEDEX, Muzak and Citibank. Kaylene’s passions include her family, community, educating and rallying diverse “Americans” in support of Israel. Kaylene has degrees in Business Administration from Northwestern University of Ohio and Criminology from Iowa Community College. She is married to Lou Ladinsky and they have three adult children together.  

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Aleeza Ben Shalom is a matchmaker, dating coach, and the host of the Netflix hit “Jewish Matchmaking.” She explains how her services are unique in matchmaking by providing guidance and mentoring throughout the dating process. Aleeza dives into the nitty-gritty of dating in this decade and gives advice you may be seeking if you are a single man or woman in Atlanta. Hear why her motto is, “date-um until you hate-um.” Don’t miss this engaging and fun-filled conversation today on Jewish Times.&nb...
Dr. Guy Lurie, a Research Fellow of the Democratic Values of Institutions program of the Israeli Democracy Institute, known as the IDI, joins Jeff today to discuss the state of the Supreme Court in Israel. Dr. Guy has an inside track of what is happening in Israel and what the IDI is doing to educate decision-makers to help shape policy. In addition, they will discuss the different factors that have forged the decisions made recently and the unrest in the State of Israel. Don’t miss this enli...
Kaylene Ladinksy, Managing Publisher of the Atlanta Jewish Times, gives us some history of a newspaper in its 98th year of publication. She shares insights on the growth and diversity of the paper. The AJT focuses on bringing the community together and accomplishes that goal. Host Jeff Silberblatt and Kaylene talk about the exciting episodes of the podcast you will hear in the future and community gatherings hosted by the AJT to come. Don’t miss this enlightening episode of Jewish Time....
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The mission of the Atlanta Jewish Times Podcast is to create a sense of community throughout the geographically dispersed Jewish people of greater Atlanta. The AJT accomplishes its mission through the timely dissemination of local news and important national Jewish and Israeli interests; support of local synagogue, nonprofit and cultural endeavors and events; the announcement of family simchas and lifecycle events; thought-provoking dialogue and debate on current issues and Jewish ideas; and ...
Dan Arnold and Ellen Zucrow, both counselors at Jewish Family & Career Services join us in a discussion about the impact COVID-19 and the politics has had on all of us.
We are excited to host the Best of Jewish Atlanta recipients. Today, we celebrate the achievements of four business owners who have excelled in their craft. We will chat with Gayle Rubenstein of Balloons over Atlanta, Cathy Schwartz of Atlanta Fever Entertainment, Sandra Bank of Added Touch Catering and Ramin Djaved representing City Springs. We will delve into the distinctive qualities that set their businesses apart and have garnered favor among the residents of Atlanta. To them, we extend ...
Mike Leven, the visionary behind the Holiday Inn Express Chain, philanthropist, and accomplished business executive, delves into the significance of the Jewish Future Pledge and the Jewish Youth Pledge, shedding light on strategies to uphold our Jewish heritage and provide ongoing support to the state of Israel. By embracing the Jewish Future Pledge, individuals commit themselves to a moral duty of allocating 50% of their wealth towards the betterment of Jewish causes. Mike Leven will explain...
Featuring a lively debate on content and coverage of the 2020 political election with highlights that included where the key moments have been, the role of absentee voting, the mysterious case of Israel as an issue, and the presidential candidates they back.Moderated by Dave Schechter, veteran journalist whose career includes writing for the Atlanta Jewish Times and producing political reports as well as from Israel and the Middle East.Special Guests:Chuck Berk, local chair of the Republican ...
Nadia is an internationally renowned television personality, communication and professional development training expert, author and keynote speaker who has interviewed many personalities from George Clooney to Nelson Mandela. She talked about how technology exploded when the virus reached pandemic levels and the transition to a virtual world accelerated. 7 months in, it does not seem like anything is going to change for quite a while. Nadia’s podcast gives listeners important tips for e...
A Conversation with Jeff Kaplan, CEO of Just Kibbitz discusses why he created a new spin on dating sites for moms to help their children find their perfect match.
Jill Savitt, CEO of the National Center for Civil and Human Rights discusses the recent events and their impact on Civil and Human rights from her unique seat as a Jewish leader in her field. Listen as Jill discusses how we can use our effort to enact change.
Paul Root Wolpe, Ph.D. is the Raymond F. Schinazi Distinguished Research Chair in Jewish Bioethics, a Professor in the Departments of Medicine, Pediatrics, Psychiatry, Neuroscience and Biological Behavior, and Sociology, and the Director of the Center for Ethics at Emory University.As a Jewish Bioethics expert and sociologist working on the frontlines of structuring ethical policies during a global pandemic, Dr. Paul Root Wolpe discusses with the AJT the responsibility Jewish communities arou...
Local Real Estate industry experts, Debbie Sonenshine and Robin Blass share their experience and advice while continuing the buying and selling of homes in Atlanta during the COVID-19 Coronavius health crisis.Debbie SonenshineFor someone who has spent her entire real estate career in the Atlanta area, Debbie Sonenshine has managed to gain a national reputation that comes with taking care of customers, year in and year out since 1981. That kind of service is a result of Debbie’s commitment to ...
As the founder of a family law firm with 15 lawyers handling a significant amount of divorce, Randy Kessler is seeing his share of increased tension and concern and discusses how couples trapped at home could have increased discord.Kessler noted, “I’ve already seen it start here and fielded calls from people whose home lives have deteriorated rapidly and significantly. We are bracing for and expecting a significant uptick in divorce filings and have arranged for our entire office to be able t...
Harley Tabak said Jewish HomeLife is trying to protect the safety of its residents. He believes restrictions could be emotionally challenging for both residents and families.Social worker Nancy Kriseman worries that “social distancing” and restrictions on their movement could increase residents’ feelings of isolation.Moderated by Dave Schechter is a freelance writer who files a regular column and in-depth articles for the Atlanta Jewish Times. His background includes more than 28 years with C...
AJT's Pilot Programming features Bob Bahr, an award winning reporter and producer for CBS News and CNN's Documentary Unit and directed and produced the feature length documentary, The Reagan Years, for MGM. Bob speaks and writes regularly on film and popular culture in the Atlanta Jewish community.
Jeff Silberblatt is delighted to welcome Jenny Levison to the Jewish Times podcast. Jenny is the mastermind behind Souper Jenny, a thriving chain of five restaurants serving delectable soups and salads in the bustling Atlanta metroplex. Beyond her culinary success, Jenny's heart shines through her creation of The Zadie Project, a 501c3 nonprofit named after her father (“Zadie” is Yiddish for “Grandfather”), and dedicated to providing healthy nourishment to children in Title 1 schools. Prepare...
Jeff Silberblatt sat down with Michael A. Morris, Owner and Publisher of the Atlanta Jewish Times, to reflect on the resounding success of this year's Atlanta Jewish Life Festival. Held at the GA Aquarium, the 5th annual event brought the vivacity of Jewish culture to this iconic venue, where attendees immersed themselves in celebrating Jewish heritage, art, music, and cuisine against the backdrop of mesmerizing marine life. They also explored other pertinent topics of interest in the Jewish ...
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