Monday, July 28, 2014 Av 1, 5774
By:
A local businessman is poised to become the first Muslim to serve on the Anti-Defamation League's regional board -- or any ADL board for that matter.
Comment0
By:
Risa Levitt Kohn always gets a kick out of people telling her they've seen the Dead Sea Scrolls. What these folks mean, the professor of Hebrew Bible and Judaism at San Diego State University said, is that they've been to Jerusalem and visited the Shrine of the Book adjacent to the Israel Museum. But even the well-visited Shrine has only...
Comment0
By:
After months of debate and even a rally organized by the Jewish community last summer, Abington and Cheltenham townships have passed anti-discrimination policies that make a point of including protections for sexual orientation, gender identity and expression. Despite legal and cultural progress in the realm of civil rights, federal laws only specifically prohibit discrimination when it comes to race, religion,...
Comment0
By:
On a recent weekday morning, Eileen Sklaroff rolled her shopping cart through a well-stocked produce section at an enormous local supermarket. Despite the plentiful selections, her options were limited by her meager budget. The bag of potatoes Sklaroff held cost more than $4 -- too much. Then she looked closer and realized that the item was certified organic. Fortunately, she...
Comment0
A group of students at Lower Merion High School are headed to Haiti on May 12 to build a new school in a rural section of the nation that, two years ago, was devastated by a 7.0 magnitude earthquake. Students themselves conceived of the project and have raised nearly $70,000 to make it happen. Of the 18 students set to...
Comment0

Advertisement Block

Advertisement Block

Sign up for our Newsletter

Advertisement