Thursday, October 2, 2014 Tishri 8, 5775
The Keystone Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists has recognized the Jewish Exponent as the best non-daily newspaper in the state for the second year in a row, citing its "brilliant" cover design and graphics, diverse mix of stories and overall readability. Executive editor Lisa Hostein called the honor "truly gratifying." "This shows that even with our limited staff...
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Philadelphians hoping for a Jewish mayor or member of City Council are pretty much out of luck, given the results of Tuesday's primary election. Republican John Featherman, who is Jewish, is locked in a standoff with Karen Brown, the choice of the GOP establishment. Fewer than 60 votes separate the two and not all the votes have been tallied. The...
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As much as Annette Robinson longed for a college degree, her health somehow got in the way. The Huntingdon Valley grandmother halted her studies again and again -- first for breast cancer, then residual effects of childhood polio, a fractured hip and Stage 3 ovarian cancer. In the end, even all those maladies didn't stop her from reaching her goal...
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Last year, the Friends of the Israel Defense Force raised more than $60 million nationwide, but those dollars didn't go toward the purchase of guns, uniforms or tanks. Instead, the 30-year-old organization allocates funds for a series of programs that directly benefit soldiers. Its tagline reads: "Their job is to look after Israel, ours is to look after them." The...
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Two Temple University students have been selected to head to the Jewish state to take part in a two-week-long Israel advocacy training seminar. Sophomores Emily Green and Paige Guber are to take part in Hasbara Fellowships, a 10-year-old partnership between the Foreign Ministry of Israel and Aish International. The fellowships were created to help combat the spread of anti-Israel bias...
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