Wednesday, September 3, 2014 Elul 8, 5774

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The debate over who can pray where at the Kotel is especially salient for Americans who travel to Israel for simchas or synagogue tours.
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Edmon J. Rodman, JTA
Since we've been counting the Omer — a biblical measure of barley that was brought as an offering to the Temple — what better way to mark the coming holiday than by downing a cold, carbonated barley beverage?
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Emor, Leviticus 21:1-24:23
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Rabbi Danielle Stillman
Parshah Emor contains two sets of instructions. The first is for the priests, outlining what they need to do to offer sacrifices. The second instructions are for the Israelite people. They talk about how to live in the sacred time of the festivals and holidays.
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For the first time, the Elkins Park community sent a delegation to the Orthodox Union’s Home and Job Relocation Fair in New York.
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Beth D'Addono, Inside Magazine feature
Four local visionaries are looking to change Philadelphia for the better in their own ways.
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