Sunday, September 21, 2014 Elul 26, 5774

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A Cemter City radiologist with little musical background aside from childhood piano lessons ended up writing what became his “International Anthem for World Peace.”
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Comedy shows complete with Chinese dinner, nightclub parties, holiday yoga and an annual day of activities at the National Museum of American Jewish History are among just a few ideas for local Jews looking for entertainment during the upcoming Christian holiday.
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Michelle Citrin, named a “Top Songwriter” by Billboard and a producer of million-hit YouTube videos, has been channeling her love of Judaism since she was a 14-year-old performing in bookstores and coffeehouses.
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Cheryl Halpern
Twenty-five years ago, I joined hundreds of thousands of fellow Americans on the National Mall to draw attention to the plight of Soviet Jews. But this movement did not come to the Jewish community speedily.
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Author Adam Wilson paid a visit to the Temple University students who finished out their American Jewish literature course with his first novel.
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