Friday, October 24, 2014 Tishri 30, 5775
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Coming to a shul near you -- "Jihad Unveiled." The title doesn't refer to the latest cinematic spy thriller or to a secret government report that's just come to light. Instead, "Jihad Unveiled" is a regional, ongoing film-and-lecture series put together by the Zionist Organization of America's Greater Philadelphia District. As opposed to cultural programming, ZOA is best known for...
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
Call it the fifth question: Why is this holiday so much more expensive than all other holidays? In the aisles at the Genuardi's Family Market in Wynnewood, 35-year-old Ellen Novick's shopping cart was stocked with kosher-for-Passover standards such as cooking wine, matzah-ball soup mix, cheeses, and cake and brownie mixes. "I tried to look at all the flyers and see...
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Jewish leadership rose in a firm that stressed the idea of giving back
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
Before its announcement this week that it would disband, the law firm of Wolf, Block, Schorr & Solis-Cohen LLP was known for producing mayors, judges, academics, chancellors of local and national bar associations, and more. But to hear members of the city's Jewish community tell it, what WolfBlock beget more than anything was leaders in Philadelphia's Jewish community. "Because WolfBlock...
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
With a bowl of homemade matzah-ball soup before him, Jonathan Sanna sipped from a glass of kosher beer and announced that he was beginning to rethink his seder plans. "Maybe we'll come here for Passover this year," quipped the Havertown resident, who, along with his son Matt and Matt's girlfriend, was enjoying an early (pre-sundown) and informal Shabbat dinner last...
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Plans are in the works to move the Stern Hebrew High School -- the only Modern Orthodox day school in the city -- from Northeast Philadelphia to Lower Merion Township in the western suburbs, an area with a vibrant and growing Orthodox population. Officials have their eyes set on the fall of 2010 to begin classes in the new locale,...
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