Tuesday, October 21, 2014 Tishri 27, 5775

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About 60 people gathered in a former Elkins Park train station Sunday for a free children's concert and kosher bagel brunch intended to showcase the area as a great place for Jewish community.
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Hillel Kuttler, JTA
Just in time for the opener of the World Series, we offer this profile of Craig Breslow, who has solidified the Boston Red Sox's reputation as a hub for Jewish players.
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Ellen Futterman, St. Louis Jewish Light
Since the Phillies didn't even come close to playing in this year's World Series, local baseball fans will have to decide if they'd rather root for St. Louis or Boston. Religious leaders from both cities already have baseball on the brain, sporting team kippahs, jerseys and even starting a bet (to benefit charity) over which team will win.
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Hillel Kuttler, JTA
While players and fans are fixated on the World Series starting Wednesday, the 33-year-old vice president of marketing for the Boston Red Sox is already tackling projects to get seats filled in 2014.
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Two rabbis give Jewish weddings a Mexican flavor
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Beth D’Addono, Jewish Exponent feature
Thanks to the efforts of two rabbis, Jewish wedding options in this coastal part of Mexico have exploded.
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