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Rachel’s Café at Village Shalom, the only full-time kosher restaurant in the Kansas City area, recently updated its menu, ambiance and social-media presence to whet more appetites than ever.

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Marcus Cain will be leaving the Epsten Gallery following seven years of dedicated service.

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Upon learning of the tragic shootings in Overland Park on April 13 that resulted in three deaths, JCHE reached out to Village Shalom with a tangible demonstration of love and support: “feelie hearts.”

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Beverly’s is an inviting new hospitality suite in Village Shalom’s main lobby area now open to residents, family members and visitors. Located in the space formerly occupied by Village Shalom’s gift shop, Beverly’s provides a welcoming spot to enjoy a cup of coffee and quiet conversation any time of day or night.

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The Epsten Gallery is pleased to present its summer exhibition, (Re)imagine, featuring dynamic, site-specific installation, painting and sculpture by three Kansas City-based artists, Matt Jacobs, Karen McCoy and Miles Neidinger.

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