Saturday, April 19, 2014 Nisan 19, 5774

Six-part adult-ed course taught here, and throughout the world
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Rabbi Efraim Mintz divides the decades following the Holocaust into different stages based on Jewish reaction to its horrors: the shock and silence of the first two decades after World War II, followed by years marked by the urgency to tell, document and, most importantly, never forget. The most recent period, said the director of the Rohr Jewish Learning Institute,...
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It's fiction at its best - mystery, murder, love and hate
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The call comes in early to the Baltimore County police - there's been a shooting at a suburban high school. But when the police arrive, all their training doesn't prepare them for what they discover: three former best friends locked in a girls' bathroom. One's dead, another is critically injured from what appears to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound while...
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What's big at the biggest event of the year? Organic everything!
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Ethel Hofman, JE Feature
The whole world's gone kosher! At least that's how it appeared in mid-November, at New York's Jacob Javits Convention Center. At Kosherfest 2005 - the kosher food-and-wine trade show - some 10,000 buyers, marketers and producers jammed the aisles, jostling to hone in on the grand extravaganza of new and improved kosher products displayed in 425 booths. Kosherfest 2005 is...
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Jennifer A. Katz, JE Feature
An evening tryst in June has added another wrinkle to the high-profile vehicular homicide case of Jewish restaurateur Susanna Goihman, charged with the hit-and-run death of 15-year-old Philadelphia resident Kayla Peter. Testimony surfaced earlier this month regarding an alleged affair with fellow Jewish restaurateur Alberto DelBello, who may now face legal issues of his own. Following a grand-jury indictment on...
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Herbert and Leni Sonnenfeld came to photojournalism quite by accident. The couple, residents of Berlin, had only been married for two years when Hitler seized power. Like most Jews, Herbert lost his job overnight. Being at loose ends with few prospects on the horizon, he agreed to travel to Palestine with the possibility of making aliyah. (Leni's sister just happened...
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