Sunday, October 26, 2014 Heshvan 2, 5775
Getting ready for the festival of lights are Dana Katz and Sam Levy, with Steve Mingo showing them how to properly kindle the menorah. The children are students at the Terri Lynne Lokoff Early Learning Center in Ambler, which is sponsoring several activities for the upcoming holiday.
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Jordana Jacobs and Bryan Schwartzman
At a time when peace and generosity are the hallmarks of the season, a local community was put to the test when the opposite occurred. After a menorah, part of a holiday display in Cianfrani Park on Eighth and Fitzwater streets in South Philadelphia, was torn down and destroyed Dec. 19, the Bella Vista United Civic Association acted quickly to...
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Cantor David F. Tilman, JE Feature
Halfway through the holiday, still looking for good gifts? Here are a number of new recordings for your Chanukah shopping list: The Philadelphia Orchestra's first release on the Ondine label, "The Philadelphia Orchestra/ Christoph Eschenbach," featuring "Concerto for Orchestra," by Bela Bartok; "Memorial to Lidice," by Bohuslav Martinu; and "Partita for Strings," by Gideon Klein, contains music that is meaningful...
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Lauren Pound Somers, JE Feature
As politicians debated the merits of intelligent design and the war in Iraq earlier this month, kids like Ethan Silver of Blue Bell were more interested in a serious conundrum of their own: Which is tastier, latkes at Chanukah or hamantashen at Purim? The result appeared to be a tie, as Silver and fellow members of the youth choir at...
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More than 200 people turned out Dec. 25 for the "Chanukah on Ice" event at Haverford Skatium, sponsored by Chabad of the Main Line and Chabad Lubavitch of Chester County. In addition to a lot of gliding (and a couple of falls) came the opportunity to make hand-dipped wax candles and witness the lighting of a 5-foot-tall ice menorah.
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