Saturday, August 23, 2014 Av 27, 5774
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And they're off! From schmoozing at dinners in Chestnut Hill and Roxborough to appearing at a town hall meeting at a Center City synagogue, then on to releasing policy papers on issues such as crime, health care and education via cyberspace, the five Democratic candidates for mayor of Philadelphia are out of the starting gate and racing toward the May...
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It's been seven years of real estate shopping, zoning-board hearings, fundraising and construction, but Lubavitch of the Main Line finally has a new home -- at one of the oldest spots in town. The General Wayne Inn, which once served as a pub for British redcoats and later as a post office founded by Benjamin Franklin, will now play host...
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The roughly 200 or so people who'd gathered in the social hall at Temple Beth Sholom in Cherry Hill, N.J., couldn't help but chuckle as the DVD clip from the pre-VCR-era show "All in the Family" played on a giant projection screen. The scene that elicited hearty laughs was taken from a 1972 episode of the landmark series created by...
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At the beginning of a two-hour presentation Monday at the National Museum of American Jewish History, 37-year-old lecturer and author Loolwa Khazzoom asked her audience where their ancestors derived. José Zighelboim said he's a Venezuelan Jew. Josef Kardos identified himself as a Jew who's half-Chinese, half-Hungarian. Others noted family from Latvia, Portugal, Iran and Israel. And all of these people...
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Right before a recent trip to Washington, D.C., 16-year-old Ben Bernstein said he wasn't all that interested in politics. But after learning about lobbying, campaign-finance reform and even meeting with a congressman, Bernstein can safely say that politics is now on his radar screen. Bernstein, and three other teenagers from Temple Brith Achim in King of Prussia, participated in the...
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