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Evening Standard
Comrade Corbyn: A Very Unlikely Coupall the time. We can cultivate our gardens. What Rosa Prince, a political corr
Comrade Corbyn: A Very Unlikely Coup
Evening Standard / Posted yesterday
all the time. We can cultivate our gardens. What Rosa Prince, a political correspondent for various media including the Daily Telegraph, and her subject, Prize Bore Corbyn, the new leader of the Labour Party, have in common is not their... Read more
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TribLIVE
Review: ‘Son of Saul’ is powerfully realistic depiction of Holocaustcatastrophe with stark understatement and objectivity. Nemes' film is centered
Review: ‘Son of Saul’ is powerfully realistic depiction of Holocaust
TribLIVE / Posted yesterday
catastrophe with stark understatement and objectivity. Nemes' film is centered on the death-camp Sonderkommandos, where Jewish prisoners were forced to surrender their innocence and work the camps under the threat of their own deaths. The film... Read more
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New York Post
What is Bernie Sanders hiding about his radical history?What Bernie Sanders needs, said the headline over a column in — of all places —
What is Bernie Sanders hiding about his radical history?
New York Post / Posted 2 days ago
What Bernie Sanders needs, said the headline over a column in — of all places — the Jewish Forward, is a “come-to-Jesus moment.” I don’t mind saying that I almost fell out of my socks. The Forward seems to be referring to the need for Sanders to... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Election roundup: feat. Larry Davidin American history after winning New Hampshire. His game looked strong has loo
Election roundup: feat. Larry David
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 2 days ago
in American history after winning New Hampshire. His game looked strong has looked strong so far, but the challenge going forward for Sanders is that Iowa and New Hampshire don’t look like the rest of America — they are overwhelmingly white states... Read more
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The Forward
Hillary Clinton Gives Israeli Education Program Spotlight on Campaign TrailAfrican immigrants get a head start in the Israeli school system. Lombard devel
Hillary Clinton Gives Israeli Education Program Spotlight on Campaign Trail
The Forward / Posted 3 days ago
African immigrants get a head start in the Israeli school system. Lombard developed the program at the National Council of Jewish Women research institute, housed at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. It began with a pilot group of 100 families... Read more
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The Forward
Hillary Clinton Gives Israeli Education Program Its Close-Up on Campaign TrailAfrican immigrants get a head start in the Israeli school system. Lombard devel
Hillary Clinton Gives Israeli Education Program Its Close-Up on Campaign Trail
The Forward / Posted 3 days ago
African immigrants get a head start in the Israeli school system. Lombard developed the program at the National Council of Jewish Women research institute, housed at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem. It began with a pilot group of 100 families... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
SXSW Adds New Thrillers From ‘Evil Dead,’ ‘Oculus’ Directors to Midnight Lineupway or another, Paul is getting Cody off the roof. Quelques Secondes (France)
SXSW Adds New Thrillers From ‘Evil Dead,’ ‘Oculus’ Directors to Midnight Lineup
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 4 days ago
way or another, Paul is getting Cody off the roof. Quelques Secondes (France) Director: Nora El Hourch The daily life of five girls living in a hosting center in Paris, and trying to move forward. (U.S. Premiere) She Stoops To... Read more
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Greenwich Time
SXSW Adds New Thrillers From ‘Evil Dead,’ ‘Oculus’ Directors to Midnight Lineupway or another, Paul is getting Cody off the roof. Quelques Secondes (France)
SXSW Adds New Thrillers From ‘Evil Dead,’ ‘Oculus’ Directors to Midnight Lineup
Greenwich Time / Posted 4 days ago
way or another, Paul is getting Cody off the roof. Quelques Secondes (France) Director: Nora El Hourch The daily life of five girls living in a hosting center in Paris, and trying to move forward. (U.S. Premiere) She Stoops To... Read more
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Darien News-Review
SXSW Adds New Thrillers From ‘Evil Dead,’ ‘Oculus’ Directors to Midnight Lineupway or another, Paul is getting Cody off the roof. Quelques Secondes (France)
SXSW Adds New Thrillers From ‘Evil Dead,’ ‘Oculus’ Directors to Midnight Lineup
Darien News-Review / Posted 4 days ago
way or another, Paul is getting Cody off the roof. Quelques Secondes (France) Director: Nora El Hourch The daily life of five girls living in a hosting center in Paris, and trying to move forward. (U.S. Premiere) She Stoops To... Read more
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indieWIRE
Twenty Years of Hate: Why 'La Haine' is More Timely Than EverEST 2016 On the 20th anniversary of the film's U.S. release, Indiewire looks b
Twenty Years of Hate: Why 'La Haine' is More Timely Than Ever
indieWIRE / Posted 4 days ago
EST 2016 On the 20th anniversary of the film's U.S. release, Indiewire looks back on how the film continues to push forward. Twenty years ago today, February 9, Mathieu Kassovitz's "La Haine" opened in select theaters and began its... Read more
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The Forward
GOP Candidates Go Into Overdrive Touting Christian Faith — Even Donald Trumpwho is making faith a part of their campaign because it’s good politics,” forme
GOP Candidates Go Into Overdrive Touting Christian Faith — Even Donald Trump
The Forward / Posted 5 days ago
who is making faith a part of their campaign because it’s good politics,” former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee told the Forward hours before he decided to drop out of the presidential race. Huckabee, who is a former Southern Baptist minister... Read more
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The Forward
Wearing Christian Faith on Sleeve Works Like Charm With GOP — Even for Donald Trumpwho is making faith a part of their campaign because it’s good politics,” forme
Wearing Christian Faith on Sleeve Works Like Charm With GOP — Even for Donald Trump
The Forward / Posted 5 days ago
who is making faith a part of their campaign because it’s good politics,” former Arkansas governor Mike Huckabee told the Forward hours before he decided to drop out of the presidential race. Huckabee, who is a former Southern Baptist minister... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Livonia man talks about grief in new TV series on deaththere. Kovalcheck’s strong Catholic faith helped him through her death and his
Livonia man talks about grief in new TV series on death
Detroit Free Press / Posted 6 days ago
there. Kovalcheck’s strong Catholic faith helped him through her death and his feelings of loss. He believes in praying daily for deceased loved ones. “I think dying has always been a dirty word. When someone we loves dies, we have pain. We all... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US JewsJERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US Jews
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 6 days ago
JERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish prayer at Jerusalem's Western Wall is a major breakthrough for the country's long-marginalized liberal streams and their powerful supporters in the United States. But... Read more
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The Jewish Press
‘We’re Almost There’: Living With Patience, Perseverance, and Purposetaught in particular that Eretz Yisrael is acquired through suffering. There is
‘We’re Almost There’: Living With Patience, Perseverance, and Purpose
The Jewish Press / Posted 8 days ago
taught in particular that Eretz Yisrael is acquired through suffering. There is little doubt, as we can see in the spate of daily attacks on Jewish soldiers and civilians, that Chazal knew of what they spoke. For most of us, life isn’t easy. Even... Read more
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The Forward
Meet the Rabbi Who Asked Hillary Clinton a Question — and Got Whole Nation Thinkingall the things that the president has to be responsible for?” Clinton, visibly
Meet the Rabbi Who Asked Hillary Clinton a Question — and Got Whole Nation Thinking
The Forward / Posted 8 days ago
all the things that the president has to be responsible for?” Clinton, visibly intrigued by the question, talked about her daily struggle to maintain the right balance between humility and ego and said she seeks advice through daily scripture study... Read more
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Duke University
Duke Campus to Host Early Voting Site for Primary Election2012 elections, Duke and the state Board of Elections have moved the polling si
Duke Campus to Host Early Voting Site for Primary Election
Duke University / Posted 9 days ago
2012 elections, Duke and the state Board of Elections have moved the polling site for the primary to the Freeman Center for Jewish Life, 1415 Faber St. More than 9,000 people voted in both the 2008 and 2012 general elections at Duke. “Voting is... Read more
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TribLIVE
Central Catholic swimmer DiNunzio headed to Penn Stateafter winning Section 1 title• Clairton avenges earlier loss to Jeannette Cent
Central Catholic swimmer DiNunzio headed to Penn State
TribLIVE / Posted 10 days ago
after winning Section 1 title• Clairton avenges earlier loss to Jeannette Central Catholic senior Matthew DiNunzio looks forward to contributing to the Penn State men's swimming team next season. Nittany Lions assistant coach Steve Barnes said... Read more
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Daily Herald
District 96 board member, Buffalo Grove volunteer dies of cancersaid District 96 Superintendent Julie Schmidt. "She was a great supporter of th
District 96 board member, Buffalo Grove volunteer dies of cancer
Daily Herald / Posted 11 days ago
said District 96 Superintendent Julie Schmidt. "She was a great supporter of the district and was really key in moving us forward in a lot of areas." Schmidt said Gordon had a passion for her work on the board, where she was first elected in 2011... Read more
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WAND TV 17 Decatur
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US JewsJERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US Jews
WAND TV 17 Decatur / Posted 11 days ago
JERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish prayer at Jerusalem's Western Wall is a major breakthrough for the country's long-marginalized liberal streams and their powerful supporters in the United States. But... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US JewsJERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US Jews
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 12 days ago
JERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish prayer at Jerusalem's Western Wall is a major breakthrough for the country's long-marginalized liberal streams and their powerful supporters in the United States. But... Read more
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KTEN North Texas & Southeastern Oklahoma
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US JewsJERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US Jews
KTEN North Texas & Southeastern Oklahoma / Posted 12 days ago
JERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish prayer at Jerusalem's Western Wall is a major breakthrough for the country's long-marginalized liberal streams and their powerful supporters in the United States. But... Read more
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WBOC Salisbury
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US JewsJERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US Jews
WBOC Salisbury / Posted 12 days ago
JERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish prayer at Jerusalem's Western Wall is a major breakthrough for the country's long-marginalized liberal streams and their powerful supporters in the United States. But... Read more
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KIII Corpus Christi
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US JewsJERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US Jews
KIII Corpus Christi / Posted 12 days ago
JERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish prayer at Jerusalem's Western Wall is a major breakthrough for the country's long-marginalized liberal streams and their powerful supporters in the United States. But... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US JewsJERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US Jews
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 12 days ago
JERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish prayer at Jerusalem's Western Wall is a major breakthrough for the country's long-marginalized liberal streams and their powerful supporters in the United States. But... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US JewsJERUSALEM (AP) � The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US Jews
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 12 days ago
JERUSALEM (AP) � The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish prayer at Jerusalem's Western Wall is a major breakthrough for the country's long-marginalized liberal streams and their powerful supporters in the United States. But... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US JewsJERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish
New prayer site highlights divide between Israel, US Jews
Hawaii News Now / Posted 12 days ago
JERUSALEM (AP) - The Israeli government's decision to allow non-Orthodox Jewish prayer at Jerusalem's Western Wall is a major breakthrough for the country's long-marginalized liberal streams and their powerful supporters in the United States. But... Read more
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TribLIVE
Ancient Japanese crafts updated in N.Y. exhibitof Japan's 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, in the accompanying catalog
Ancient Japanese crafts updated in N.Y. exhibit
TribLIVE / Posted 12 days ago
of Japan's 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, in the accompanying catalog. The show, “Japanese Kogei: Future Forward,” is now on view in New York through Feb. 7. The ancient crafts' “own special, original richness and beauty ... give... Read more
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TribLIVE
‘Yoi!’ Heinz History Center program to honor Myron Copeceremonies for the program. But Cope's role in Pittsburgh goes beyond sports,
‘Yoi!’ Heinz History Center program to honor Myron Cope
TribLIVE / Posted 14 days ago
ceremonies for the program. But Cope's role in Pittsburgh goes beyond sports, says David M. Schlitt, director of the Rauh Jewish History Program & Archives at the history center. Cope created a mindset that earned him kinship “regardless of... Read more
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J Weekly
Seinfeld roasts Israelis; this is not a Japanese swastika; America already has a West Bank boycottAmerica already has a West Bank boycott by david a.m. wilensky Here’s what we’
Seinfeld roasts Israelis; this is not a Japanese swastika; America already has a West Bank boycott
J Weekly / Posted 15 days ago
America already has a West Bank boycott by david a.m. wilensky Here’s what we’re reading: Jerry Seinfeld tells “The Daily Show” about Israelis; U.S. already bars West Bank products from saying “Made in Israel”; Japan considering a... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Preservation preferred for 1880s Victorian home in Dallasneeded to demolish the house to expand its tiny hub site that sits next door.
Preservation preferred for 1880s Victorian home in Dallas
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 15 days ago
needed to demolish the house to expand its tiny hub site that sits next door. "Definitely," said Seale. "This is a new way forward for historic preservation in Dallas . This is a solutions-based approach where we recognize the importance of... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
New Islamic scouting troops blend patriotism, religious identityquite finished painting their symbol's plumage. The banner, like their three-mo
New Islamic scouting troops blend patriotism, religious identity
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
quite finished painting their symbol's plumage. The banner, like their three-month-old group, is still taking shape. Going forward, they'd like to add a few more members to their ranks and shore up their meager supply of Dutch ovens, tents and... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Brandeis and Snowden | Cover Storywell as effrontery. To satisfy a prurient taste, the details of sexual relation
Brandeis and Snowden | Cover Story
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 16 days ago
well as effrontery. To satisfy a prurient taste, the details of sexual relations are spread broadcast in the columns of the daily papers. Each crop of unseemly gossip, thus harvested, becomes the seed of more, and, in direct proportion to its... Read more
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Evening Standard
Lynne Featherstone on writing a book to set the record straightDemocrats last May, we’ve had volumes from Vince Cable and Norman Baker, neithe
Lynne Featherstone on writing a book to set the record straight
Evening Standard / Posted 16 days ago
Democrats last May, we’ve had volumes from Vince Cable and Norman Baker, neither of which were bestsellers, and can look forward to David Laws’s Coalition in March and Nick Clegg’s Politics in May. This week it’s the turn of Lynne Featherstone,... Read more
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The Daily Tar Heel
Q&A with two experts on Israeli-Palestinian peace processaccounts of working as a journalist behind the scenes of the Israeli-Palestinia
Q&A with two experts on Israeli-Palestinian peace process
The Daily Tar Heel / Posted 16 days ago
accounts of working as a journalist behind the scenes of the Israeli-Palestinian talks. Photo by Kasia Jordan / The Daily Tar Heel David Makovsky, who worked on Secretary of State John Kerry's negotiating team during recent... Read more
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The Jewish Week
Hebron Puts Bibi At Settlement CrossroadsEstablishing a toehold in the buildings would mean the most significant expansi
Hebron Puts Bibi At Settlement Crossroads
The Jewish Week / Posted 17 days ago
Establishing a toehold in the buildings would mean the most significant expansion of the tiny but highly fortified Jewish enclave that lives in daily tension with tens of thousands of Palestinians from Hebron. But Defense Minister Moshe... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Rechnitz: I help Lakewood Institutions I Know Would Never Accept my Own Children [video]destroy another child’s life because of your opinion about them? How dare you f
Rechnitz: I help Lakewood Institutions I Know Would Never Accept my Own Children [video]
The Jewish Press / Posted 18 days ago
destroy another child’s life because of your opinion about them? How dare you face God in prayer when you’ve snuffed out a Jewish soul? (JNi.media) The keynote speaker at a Tu Bishvat appreciation event for Rabbi Shlomo Kanarek, a Lakewood... Read more
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Daily Mail
Downcast Weiner steps out after tell-all documentary debuts at Sundacefootage filmed during his calamitous 2013 mayoral bid Couple were invited to s
Downcast Weiner steps out after tell-all documentary debuts at Sundace
Daily Mail / Posted 18 days ago
footage filmed during his calamitous 2013 mayoral bid Couple were invited to see it before its release but director tells Daily Mail Online 'they said they didn't want to see it' In the movie, Huma is advised that it wouldn't be wise to be seen... Read more
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The Washington Times
RENEE GARFINKEL: Letter from Jerusalemin the diaspora. Located just across the Tiber River from the Vatican, the syna
RENEE GARFINKEL: Letter from Jerusalem
The Washington Times / Posted 18 days ago
in the diaspora. Located just across the Tiber River from the Vatican, the synagogue bears many symbols of historical Jewish persecution. For about 300 years, until the mid-19th century, Roman Jews were forced to live in the neighborhood, the... Read more
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Daily Mail
Huma Abedin refused to preview new film about husband Anthony Weinerthe fallout from his second sexting scandal Couple were invited to see the mov
Huma Abedin refused to preview new film about husband Anthony Weiner
Daily Mail / Posted 19 days ago
the fallout from his second sexting scandal Couple were invited to see the movie before its release but director tells Daily Mail Online 'they said they didn't want to see it' Huma is advised that it wouldn't be wise to be seen in public with... Read more
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The Forward
Who Has Hillary Clinton's Ear on Israel — and What About Bernie Sanders?of defense Michele Flournoy, and former deputy secretary of state James Steinbe
Who Has Hillary Clinton's Ear on Israel — and What About Bernie Sanders?
The Forward / Posted 19 days ago
of defense Michele Flournoy, and former deputy secretary of state James Steinberg. Smaller teams carry out the daily guidance on foreign policy. They are made up primarily of former government policy officials, including Derek Chollet... Read more
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The News & Observer
Tar Heel: Rabbi Raachel Jurovics’ aim is a better understanding between faithsattained at age 58 Life defined by community service, outreach New president
Tar Heel: Rabbi Raachel Jurovics’ aim is a better understanding between faiths
The News & Observer / Posted 21 days ago
attained at age 58 Life defined by community service, outreach New president of the Association of Rabbis/Cantors for Jewish Renewal Rabbi Raachel Jurovics was recently appointed head of a national body representing the Jewish Renewal... Read more
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The Forward
Why Most Jewish Environmentalism Is Useless — on Tu B'Shvat and Every Other DayTu B’Shvat, the Jewish “new year of the trees,” comes again on Sunday, January
Why Most Jewish Environmentalism Is Useless — on Tu B'Shvat and Every Other Day
The Forward / Posted 22 days ago
Tu B’Shvat, the Jewish “new year of the trees,” comes again on Sunday, January 24. In recent years, the holiday has become a much-needed day for thinking about, and taking action on, environmental issues. Too bad most of those actions will be... Read more
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J Weekly
Havdallah draws young family together at Shabbatour favorite being “L’cha Dodi.” In my mind, beginning Shabbat at our home set
Havdallah draws young family together at Shabbat
J Weekly / Posted 22 days ago
our favorite being “L’cha Dodi.” In my mind, beginning Shabbat at our home sets a strong foundation for our children’s Jewish identity and creates a meaningful experience for us all. Unfortunately, when Shabbat ends on Saturday night after 7,... Read more
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J Weekly
hardly strictly bagels | Be still, my chicken heart: an authentic Israeli dining experience in SoutChicken hearts. Yes, I ate grilled chicken hearts. Hearts. A whole mess of ’em.
hardly strictly bagels | Be still, my chicken heart: an authentic Israeli dining experience in Sout
J Weekly / Posted 23 days ago
Chicken hearts. Yes, I ate grilled chicken hearts. Hearts. A whole mess of ’em. When I began writing a column on the Jewish food scene in the Bay Area 31/2 years ago, this wasn’t exactly my vision of one of the “perks.” But I’ve never been unwilling... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Instant Life (Just Add Oil)thinking about which tree is unique in the Torah’s view, what jumps to mind is
Instant Life (Just Add Oil)
The Jewish Press / Posted 23 days ago
thinking about which tree is unique in the Torah’s view, what jumps to mind is the most famous (or infamous) tree in Jewish history – the eitz ha’daas. The Torah describes how Adam and Chava were warned not to eat from the Tree of Knowledge.... Read more
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San Jose Mercury News
Sexual harassment claim: Hoover Fellow alleges Stanford ignored 'lewd' behavior from major donortreatment of women at the conservative think tank. 2011: Dianne and Tad Taube
Sexual harassment claim: Hoover Fellow alleges Stanford ignored 'lewd' behavior from major donor
San Jose Mercury News / Posted 23 days ago
treatment of women at the conservative think tank. 2011: Dianne and Tad Taube at an event at the Taube Koret Campus for Jewish Life in Palo Alto, Calif. (Janet Duca Norton / Palo Alto Daily News) (Janet Duca Norton / Daily News) "I have... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Was Dr. Asperger A Nazi? The Question Still Haunts Autismcountry for the fatherland in 1938, nearly all of Asperger's colleagues became
Was Dr. Asperger A Nazi? The Question Still Haunts Autism
KPBS San Diego / Posted 23 days ago
country for the fatherland in 1938, nearly all of Asperger's colleagues became fervent members of the Nazi party, while his Jewish colleagues were purged from the faculty at the University of Vienna and forced to flee the country or face death in a... Read more
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The News & Observer
The Day's Best Photos |Miratovac, Serbia, Monday, Jan. 18, 2016. Bracing cold temperatures and snow st
The Day's Best Photos |
The News & Observer / Posted 25 days ago
Miratovac, Serbia, Monday, Jan. 18, 2016. Bracing cold temperatures and snow storms hundreds of migrants continue to arrive daily into Serbia in order to register and continue their journey further north towards Western Europe. (AP Photo/Visar... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Life Chroniclesthe extra income. I worked in a secretarial pool of a city government office wh
Life Chronicles
The Jewish Press / Posted 26 days ago
the extra income. I worked in a secretarial pool of a city government office where most of the girls and women were not Jewish – only three of us were Orthodox – but we all got along. Just over a year ago, Laura, our office manager, retired and... Read more
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