Sunday, April 20, 2014 Nisan 20, 5774
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The Jewish Publication Society has distributed thousands of volumes since its 19th century beginnings, but these days it's writing a new chapter of its own history -- hoping that it's not the final one. JPS is about to turn over a major aspect of its publishing process to the University of Nebraska Press, which as of Jan. 1 will assume...
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On Sept. 11, 2001, Atlanta native Michael Knopf had been in New York less than two weeks. The college freshman, a student at the joint program run by Columbia University and the Jewish Theological Seminary, was in Hebrew class during those fateful moments when the towers were struck. When class recessed for five minutes, the students learned only that the...
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After 13 years at the helm of the University of Pennsylvania's Institute of Contemporary Art, Claudia Gould will become the next director of the 107-year-old Jewish Museum on the Upper East Side of Manhattan. She will replace Joan Rosenbaum, who is retiring after 30 years, and will assume the new role sometime this fall, the museum recently announced. Gould, 55,...
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Susan Perloff, JE Feature
"I love Meryl Levitz," says Ed Rendell -- on the record. "No one has done more consistently for the city over the last 20 years than Meryl. She's a tireless worker. "When I was mayor and governor, I was happy to be able to give her some of the resources she needed to be incredibly effective. And she has been."...
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Lt. Cmdr. Adam Cooper, a medical doctor and trauma specialist in the U.S. Navy Reserve, is headed for Afghanistan and along with his stethoscope and other gear, he's packing a siddur and Chumash. The 35-year-old Center City resident, a staff physician at the VA Medical Center in University City, has for years envisioned serving his country in a war zone...
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