Wednesday, October 1, 2014 Tishri 7, 5775

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With fundraising help and encouragement from their "family" of Penn Hillel students, two non-Jewish cooks at the building's dining hall have set plans in motion to open their own kosher vegetarian food truck.
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Rivka Tal, JE Feature
Whether served as a dessert, a salsa or a sauce accompanying chicken, fresh peaces make for a perfect summer treat.
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An eight-part series dealing with the ever-shifting terrain of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict is coincidentally vying for screen time with the most recent outbreak of violence in Gaza.
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The team behind Zahav has just opened the country's first hummusiya — a restaurant dedicated to hummus.
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Rabbi Lance J. Sussman
The leader of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel examines the history of the Philadelphia Jewish community from the days of William Penn to the present, which he'll discuss at an upcoming free lecture.
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