Friday, October 31, 2014 Heshvan 7, 5775

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Anita and Elycia Lerman weren't compelled to rush out and be among the first New Jersey couples to take advantage of the state's new Civil Union law that went into effect Feb. 19. After all, the Lambertville residents have been through the ceremony thing before. Back in 1994, the two women had a religious commitment ceremony-- a wedding, they insist...
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Attorney Leonard Barrack nominated to be Federation's next chair
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Jewish Exponent Staff
Leonard Barrack is a man who has been at the center of front-page headline news. As the senior and founding partner of Barrack, Rodos & Bacine, he has helped make legal history with securities class-action suits, such as his successful effort to bring restitution to investors in the failed Worldcom, Inc. As a political activist, he rose to be national...
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Sounding at times more like a rabbi than a man who'd spent his life in the army, the leader of Israel's right-leaning National Religious Party told a Bucks County audience that the Israel Defense Force would, if pressed, strike Iran to eliminate its nuclear capability. And, yes, he suggested that God would play a hand in preventing annihilation. "For Israel,...
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Ryan Teitman
With the threat of snow in the air this past Sunday, members of Ohev Shalom of Bucks County braved the cold and broke ground on the synagogue's long-awaited expansion of its Richboro campus. After over five years of planning and preparation, Ohev Shalom is now set to build its Irv and Elaine Levin Building. The new construction will expand the...
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Ryan Teitman
Fred Blum rifles through records at the National Archives, the Pennsylvania Historical Society, the Philadelphia Free Library and the Philadelphia City Archives. He scours official Census records. He finds the links that others missed in the nooks and crannies of history. And he puts these sleuthing and research skills to good use as someone who helps the Red Cross reunite...
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