Friday, January 30, 2015 Shevat 10, 5775

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Debra Rubin, JNS.org
From care packages to personal emails, some synagogues are going out of their way to stay connected to congregants after they leave for college.
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Federation’s cutting-edge Choice Food Program at the Klein JCC in Northeast Philadelphia has only been in operation since early June and already there is a waiting list of 100. Program growth, according to site manager Sabina Dopiro, is slowed by a lack of community volunteers.
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Are we victims of our own excess?
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
If the Vietnam war era was said to have changed the face of television news — bringing battles and bodies into kitchens and living rooms nationwide — it can be argued that cable television news has indelibly altered the rest of the media’s body.
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Two local Jews separated by almost two decades in age — one observant, the other "culturally connected" — find themselves on the same playing field in Israel as they aim to grow an upstart lacrosse team.
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At the ripe age of 16, Max Levin's built a how-to website for young investors and started writing his own column for a national stock market guru.
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