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Need a High Holiday Seat Within Budget? These Are Free

According to the oft-cited 2013 Pew Research Center study A Portrait of Jewish Americans, only about one-third of Jews belong to a synagogue —...

Summit Teaches How to Make the Negev Bloom

It comes down to basic math and logic. Of the 8.7 million people living in Israel, according to the latest numbers, the vast majority —...

New Year to Start with Renewed Sense of Tikkun Olam

The notion of tikkun olam and its imperative to fix a broken world is one that certainly resonates with many Jews. All the more so...

New Program Allows Einstein Healthcare to Better Communicate with Russian Patients

Calling to schedule doctor appointments, prescription refills and follow-up appointments is a headache enough already, but when English may not be your first language,...

Parisian Artist Homeward Bound for Exhibit at Beth David Reform Congregation

Disparities between what makes a person good or bad may be easily identifiable on the outside, but that’s not always the case on the...

Delco Chabad to Move from House to New Home

Chabad of Delaware County has found a new home — one that isn’t in its directors’ house. The Chabad, which has been active for about...

AEPi at Drexel Honored as Top Chapter

Shy, introverted and still dealing with the loss of his father when he was 11, Jonathan Coopersmith had never heard of Alpha Epsilon Pi...

News Briefs: State Senator Under Fire for Remarks, Polish Tour Organization President Fired, and...

Gubernatorial Candidate Criticized For Calling Businessman a ‘Hungarian Jew’ Republican State Sen. Scott Wagner came under fire for calling billionaire businessman George Soros a “Hungarian...

Abrams Hebrew Academy Takes Science into the Great Outdoors

As helpful — and addictive — as watching an old VHS copy of Bill Nye the Science Guy during school was, there’s nothing quite...

Kohelet Yeshiva Opens Doors to K-8 and a Future for Innovation

It’s not every day that a high school is excited to introduce elementary- and middle-school students to its halls. But the tight-knit community of students...