Tuesday, September 2, 2014 Elul 7, 5774
By:
A former member of the Ku Klux Klan and several neo-Nazi groups told an audience at Temple Sholom in Broomall how anti-Semitism and racism had consumed his life for years, and how he's spent the past two decades trying to make amends by espousing tolerance. Kensington native Thomas Martinez - who said he'd never heard of the Holocaust when he...
Comment0
By:
A former advisor to six U.S. secretaries of state called for a "measured" American response to the new era of "fierce unpredictability" in Middle East politics. Aaron David Miller - a senior State Department advisor during much of the Oslo peace process, who until recently headed Seeds of Peace, an organization that promotes Israeli/Palestinian dialogue - said during a Feb...
Comment0
By:
The first time Craig Levine flew solo, he was 16 years old, and had to wait for his mother to pick him up at the airfield since he didn't have his driver's license yet. While he's now legally permitted to operate a motor vehicle down here on terra firma, the 45-year-old Blue Bell resident has never really left the friendly...
Comment0
By:
Student rabbi Lauren Grabelle Herrmann wants to create a vibrant Jewish community in West Philadelphia. Helping to invigorate the recently established Kol Tzedek synagogue, Grabelle Herrmann hopes to keep ideas there fresh, and not to hesitate to experiment with conventional ideas about programming and prayer services. Although the new congregation does not have a building - it currently meets at...
Comment0
Local MacArthur Fellowship recipient brings prescription safety to the frontlines
By:
Rita Charleston JE-Feature
Just call Michael Cohen a genius. Although he will modestly refute the title, that's exactly what the prestigious MacArthur Fellows Program is calling the Huntingdon Valley pharmacist in awarding him their recent "genius" grant of $500,000. The MacArthur Fellowship is a five-year grant to individuals who show exceptional merit and promise for continued and enhanced creative work. The program selects...
Comment0

Advertisement Block

Advertisement Block

Advertisement