Rubenstein may refer to:
* Atoosa Rubenstein, journalist and editor-in-chief of "Seventeen" magazine
* Deidre Rubenstein, Australian actress
* Dick Rubenstein, British Army officer
* Glenn Rubenstein, American journalist
* Jacob Leon Rubenstein, birth name of Jack Ruby, murderer of Lee Harvey Oswald
* Richard Rubenstein, a university president and prominent author of theology
* Richard E. Rubenstein, an author of historical works

* Rubenstein Stadium

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  • RUBENSTEIN, RICHARD LOWELL — (1924– ), U.S. rabbi and theologian. Rubenstein was born in New York City; his parents were non observant Jews and he did not have a barmitzvah. He was tempted to enter the ministry but was told that he would have to change his name. Instead, he… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • RUBENSTEIN, LOUIS — (1861–1931), Canadian ice skating champion, community activist and municipal politician. Rubenstein was born in Montreal in 1861. Widely regarded the father of figure skating in North America, at various times between 1882 and 1891 he was figure… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • Rubenstein's Revenge — is a 3 ball toss juggling pattern named by George Gillson after its inventor, Rick Rubenstein.Gillson, George. Beyond the Cascade: Step by Step Guides to 88 Classic 3 Ball Juggling Tricks. p 68, The Ugly Juggling Co: UK 1993. ISBN 0951699814 ]… …   Wikipedia

  • Rubenstein Stadium — Rubenstein Stadium, also known as Moe Rubenstein Stadium , is a sports stadium in Ambridge, Pennsylvania, in the western suburbs of Pittsburgh. It was the home of the Pittsburgh Passion women s football team from 2004 to 2005. It is the… …   Wikipedia

  • Rubenstein, Richard — (b. 1924)    American theologian. Rubenstein was educated at the Hebrew Union College, Cincinnati and at the Jewish Theological Seminary, New York where he was ordained rabbi. He is best known for his Death of God theology as expounded in After… …   Who’s Who in Jewish History after the period of the Old Testament

  • Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources — The Rubenstein School of Environment and Natural Resources (RSENR) is the University of Vermont s natural resources college. It was formerly called The School of Natural Resources. It is home to a natural resources and field study based… …   Wikipedia

  • Rubenstein Kiss — The Rubenstein Kiss is the debut play by British playwright James Phillips, and the winner of the John Whiting Award and the TMA Award for Best New Play.The play, set in the 1950 s and the 1970 s, was inspired by an iconic photograph of the… …   Wikipedia

  • Rubenstein's Revenge — noun A pattern involving juggling three or more props whilst crossing and uncrossing ones arms …   Wiktionary

  • Rubenstein, Richard L. — (b. 1924)    American theologian. He was born in New York. He served as chaplain to Jewish students at the University of Pittsburgh, and in 1970 became professor of religion at Florida State University. His writings include After Auschwitz and… …   Dictionary of Jewish Biography

  • David Rubenstein — For other people named David Rubenstein, see David Rubenstein (disambiguation). David M. Rubenstein David M. Rubenstein in Davos, Switzerland, January 26, 2008. Born Baltimore, Maryland, U.S …   Wikipedia

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