Sunday, July 5, 2015 Tammuz 18, 5775

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Marissa Stern | JE Staff
Harvey Pollack, the Jewish Philadelphian whose professional basaketball career predated the NBA itself, died on Tuesday, months after suffering serious injuries in a car accident.
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Marissa Stern
Philadelphia’s Jewish community showed its support and engagement with Pride Week through two events, after the seven-day celebration kicked off June 14 with the 27th annual Philly Pride parade.
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Eric Berger
Nancy Fagan, director of child welfare services for JFCS, believes the big change over the last several decades, is to no longer look at Foster care as a permanent plan for children.
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Jon Marks | JE Feature
The Cleveland Cavaliers rookie head coach, who has single-handedly made the Cavs into a preoccupation in Israel, took a circuitous route to the NBA Finals
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Marissa Stern | JE Feature
The Samuel Tabas Apartments in Northeast Philadelphia celebrates its new appointments.
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