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Breakfasts - Lecture Series

One of the most visible of Brotherhood's programs is the Isaiah Breakfast Speaker Series which brings interesting, educational, and provocative speakers to our congregation seven to eight times each year. Speakers come to teach, inform, and entertain, covering topics as diverse as Jewish/Israeli history, the US economy, anti-Semitism and retirement planning. The talks encourage us to think, grow and debate.  Recent speakers have come to us from influential synagogues across the US, from top university faculties and also from our own congregation. 

Our Breakfast series include a delicious bagel and lox breakfast, and are free to Brotherhood members. Admission to the breakfasts is free to paid up Brotherhood members, and $10 to all others.

Breakfasts Schedule for 2017 - 2018: September 17,  November 5, December 17, January 7, February 11, March 4, and April 22

Breakfast with Michael Holley
Sports Commentator, Reporter, and Author

Sunday, November 5, 2017

Local TV and radio personality and sportswriter Michael Holley will speak about his latest book, Belichick and Brady: Two Men, the Patriots, and How They Revolutionized Football, in which he takes readers behind the scenes of the relationship that transformed the Patriots from a middling franchise to the envy of the NFL.

No head coach-quarterback pair has been more successful in NFL history than Bill Belichick and Tom Brady of the New England Patriots. Together, they have won five Super Bowls, seven AFC championships, and fourteen division titles. In his talk, Michael will take us inside their relationship, dissecting how these men and their team came to dominate football.

Michael Holley is the author of the New York Times bestsellers Patriot Reign, War Room, Never Give Up (with Tedy Bruschi), and Red Sox Rule. He graduated from Point Park University in 1992 and began his career in journalism at the Akron Beacon Journal covering high school sports and later on the Cleveland Cavaliers. In 1993, Holley was one of a dozen reporters who contributed to the Beacon Journal's Pulitzer Prize winning series "A Question of Color." He was a Boston Globe sportswriter for ten years, becoming a columnist in 1998, and has made numerous appearances on ESPN and Fox SportsNet. He is the cohost of the popular Dale & Holley show on Boston sports radio station WEEI. He lives in Cambridge, Massachusetts, with his wife and two sons.

Children aged 16 and under wearing Patriots gear get in free when accompanied by a paying or Brotherhood-member parent.

Tue, October 17 2017 27 Tishrei 5778