Saturday, April 25, 2015 Iyyar 6, 5775
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Shavit Moshe has a lot on his plate. For starters, there's the Israeli native's day job. The 32-year-old -- a one-time soldier who nowadays sports an Eagles cap and a thickening beard, since he says that he doesn't have enough time to sleep, let alone to shave -- is executive chef at the Glendale Uptown Home in Northeast Philadelphia, a...
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Come January, Mayor-elect Michael Nutter will be the official head of the city. But last week, at a youth conference sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League, he was head of the class -- at least for a half-hour or so. During his lunchtime keynote address, Nutter thanked a group of more than 80 high school students for getting involved with their...
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Beth Sholom Goldman Preschool children in Elkins Park got a visit from a special friend this week as they celebrated the coming of Thanksgiving. "Tom Turkey" from Quiver Farms came to teach kids ages 1 to 6 all about the holiday. Children had a hands-on lesson about the Pilgrims, Native Americans and the very first Thanksgiving feast. They had the...
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Yael Dayan, daughter of the late Israeli soldier and statesman Moshe Dayan, told a small local gathering last week that the Jewish state has no alternative but to negotiate with Palestinian leaders -- and that she can't imagine any outcome much worse than the current status quo. Dayan added that high expectations are needed if the upcoming talks at Annapolis...
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Philadelphia Weekly's most recent cover -- the issue of Nov. 14-20 -- has stirred up some debate over what's cute versus what's in poor taste. The full-color front page -- tagged to the paper's annual gift guide -- depicts a tan-and-white hamster with one of its front paws resting on a dreidel. The hamster sports a blue yarmulke and blond...
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