Saturday, August 30, 2014 Elul 4, 5774
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JTA
The National Archives has opened an exhibit of restored Iraqi Jewish artifacts that U.S. troops discovered in a waterlogged basement of Iraqi intelligence headquarters after ousting Saddam Hussein in 2003.
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Sally Friedman
The making of the Thanksgiving meal is traced in an essay that moves from home to home as the years pass, with at least one constant throughout time — family affection.
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Sleuth & Consequences
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A Philadelphia private investigator becomes one of the region's top genealogical detectives
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A couple’s first trip to Florence results in a memorably happy coincidence.
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Fredda Sacharow, Inside Magazine Feature
A first visit to Florence and beyond leads to an unusual series of circumstances
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Toby Axelrod, JTA
German authorities this week began publicizing some of the 1,400 works — including at least 380 that the Nazis had confiscated in a campaign against “degenerate art" — discovered last year in an apartment belonging to the son of a German art collector.
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