Tuesday, October 21, 2014 Tishri 27, 5775

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Jerry Wolman, the Shenandoah native who took the Philadelphia Eagles under his wing for six years starting in 1964, died this week.
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At the ripe age of 16, Max Levin's built a how-to website for young investors and started writing his own column for a national stock market guru.
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A television program featuring a rabbi and the future Pope Francis was given a Martin Fierro Award, the Argentinian version of the American Emmy Awards.
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With 1,500 campers and more than 600 staff members, the JCC Camps at Medford could be the largest Jewish day camp in North America. Find out how this burgeoning camp tries to provide the same Jewish spark as its overnight counterparts.
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Talia Levin, JTA
The Washington Post , which was recently sold to the founder of Amazon.com, has a pioneering Jewish past.
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