Monday, September 15, 2014 Elul 20, 5774

Dublin's rich tradition includes whiskeys that Tevye would tip his cap to
By:
Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
More than any other European capital, Ireland's Dublin has plunged headfirst into the 21st century. Though the city has a famously dramatic past with more than its fair share of politics, conflicts and religious struggles, today's Dublin is more about thriving than surviving, thanks to its booming economy and growing reputation as a center of style, innovation and global culture...
Comment0
Fighting breast cancer, one major rung at a time
By:
Rita Charleston, JE Feature
Even at a very young age, Brandon Fishman felt the excitement, validation and rewards that came from being an entrepreneur. A graduate of Germantown Academy, Fishman was active in his local youth group and a member of Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park. His dream was to be in business for himself. And so, he invested in Waterfront Square...
Comment0
By:
Jared Shelly, JE Feature
While animal-rights proponents may see human beings as just one of a vast number of creatures roaming the Earth, Judaism sees humans as distinct and superior. This difference in ideology has led to strained relations between Jewish groups and many in the animal-rights movement, said Rabbi Mordechai Becher, senior lecturer of the Gateways Organization, a Jewish educational and outreach group...
Comment0
It's tough raising a child, especially a young girl, in today's body-focused world. Between magazines showing stick-thin actresses on their covers and similarly bone-thin models walking the runways, it's perhaps not surprising that young American girls think that the slimmer you are, the prettier and more popular you'll be. Never mind that 1950s' icon Marilyn Monroe was a size 14...
Comment0
Dr. Lee Levine, professor of Jewish history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, offered a lecture on Sunday titled, "Does Archaeology Negate the Bible?" to more than 100 people at Har Zion Temple in Penn Valley. During his presentation, he examined and compared several time periods in biblical history with the archaeological finds that have either supported or conflicted with...
Comment0
Advertisement
Advertisement

Our Supporters

Advertisement