Tuesday, June 2, 2015 Sivan 15, 5775

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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
This was one for the record books -- the record book, actually, as Cherry Hill, N.J., shul Temple Sinai fought to reclaim its bragging rights from the University of Maryland. The coveted title? The Guinness World Record for most dreidels spun. The shul claimed the title in 2005 with 541 dreidels (the certificate is framed near the building's entrance) and...
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Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
After more than 35 years, Rosenberg's Hebrew Books will be closing the doors of its Jenkintown shop after Chanukah, according to Chaim Rosenberg, a son of the store's founders, who operates the location at 409 Old York Road. Freda and the late Sol Rosenberg started selling Hebrew books in 1954, out of the family home on North Hutchinson Street in...
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
At this time of year, Rabbi Jon Cutler would ordinarily be preparing to lead Chanukah services at Congregation Tiferes B'nai Israel in Warrington. But this is no ordinary year. Cutler, a military chaplain and commander with the Navy Reserves, is currently stationed in Iraq at Al-Asad Naval Air Base, in western Iraq's Anbar Province. Since January, he has served as...
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The Jewish Relief Agency sponsored the Jewish Food and Community Expo, which brought vendors, chefs, restaurant/store owners and nearly 2,000 visitors to the Valley Forge Convention Center on Sunday. Here, Nora Shultz and daughter Claire exhibit their pareve baked products. Photo by Carin M. Smilk
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The new year will bring new leadership to the helm of the Jewish Exponent . Effective Jan. 5, Lisa Hostein will take up the reins as the paper's executive editor. She comes to her new position with a wealth of journalistic knowledge and considerable familiarity with the intricate workings of Philadelphia's Jewish community. The Rhode Island native and graduate of...
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