Sunday, December 28, 2014 Tevet 6, 5775

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A year ago, the National Museum of American Jewish History rolled out the red carpet for politicians, entertainers and mega-donors to fete the highly publicized grand opening of its sleek, four-story glass building overlooking Independence Mall.
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Rabbi David Ostrich, who leads the lone congregation in State College, Pa., couldn't bring himself to sermonize last Shabbat on the scandal that's on everyone's mind.
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Montgomery County, the area with the highest percentage of Jewish residents in the Keystone State, will now have two Jewish commissioners to help run it.
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Karen Wendkos | JE Feature
When she learned that 14 Jewish chaplains were going to be honored at Arlington National Cemetery last month, local resident Beth Chernoff knew something was missing.
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Ari Carroll was just a year old on Nov. 4, 1995, the day that Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin was struck down by an assassin's bullet.
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