Wednesday, October 1, 2014 Tishri 7, 5775
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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
Despite having a master's degree in education, Sara J. Bloomfield isn't your typical educator. For one thing, you won't find her in a regular classroom. Still, her particular "lecture hall" last year hosted more than a million visitors, with another 25 million stopping by online. Bloomfield, who serves as executive director of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington,...
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The boardwalk will become a little more serious in its offerings
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A memorial to the Holocaust might be one of the last things a visitor would expect to encounter on the Atlantic City boardwalk, a destination that's promoted as an escape from everyday life. But a Margate rabbi has long dreamed of erecting such a structure right on the bustling boards, where millions stroll each year. And in the past few...
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Philadelphia's memorial ceremony for the 6 million represents a time to remember and retell
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Arie Shnaper is a self-described "Holocaust activist." He was one of the founding members of the United Partisan Organization (UPO), a group of Jewish residents in the Vilna ghetto who were committed to meeting three objectives. "We vowed to obtain arms; to wage acts of sabotage against the Germans whenever possible; and, most importantly, to resist when the Germans began...
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It's Passover: Ole!
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Linda Morel, JE Feature
During Passover, most American Jews forgo the zesty tacos and tortillas they savor the rest of the year. But what if someone knew how to prepare Mexican food without flour or leavening? What if these recipes were served during the holiday's eight days in an upscale restaurant? "Several years ago, I began experimenting with the infusion of Mexican ingredients and...
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Mara Sokolsky, JE Feature
In every generation, the Haggadah tells us, each of us should regard ourselves as though we had personally been freed from Egypt. It's part of the timeless wisdom of Passover. A crucial event that brought our people out of bondage thousands of years ago is re-enacted each spring. We get to taste, year after year, the sweetness of liberation. But...
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