Sunday, December 21, 2014 Kislev 29, 5775

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Aaron Passman, Staff Writer
Jonathan and his wife have lived overseas for more than a decade. But now that they have young children, they are considering moving back to the United States and particularly looking closely at Austin, Texas, as a place to call home. That's where Lisa Apfelberg comes in. As director of outreach and engagement for the Jewish Community Association of Austin,...
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Susan Henick, Jewish Exponent Feature
The call came one night a few months ago: "How do I attach a photo to an e-mail?" my dad asked. I began to explain what's needed, but soon advised him to wait until I or one of his other children visited his New York apartment to show him how it works. "Why not send the print?" I asked, as...
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Jerry Sorkin has never shied away from the hot spots of the world. Which is why it was not surprising to find the former local rug dealer in Iran this week, with a front-row seat for the Islamic nation's elections and its tumultuous aftermath. For years, Sorkin sought his wares in the remotest corners of the world, traveling throughout the...
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In one form or another, the Vaad: The Board of Rabbis of Greater Philadelphia has existed for more than 100 years. But with the departure last summer of its director of the past eight years, Rabbi David Gutterman, coupled with the absence of funding from the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia, it seemed likely that the institution was down for...
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Teachers at the preschool and kindergarten of Adath Israel in Merion Station and the Early Childhood Education Center of Tiferet Bet Israel in Blue Bell have been chosen by the Legacy Heritage Institute to participate in an early-childhood education pilot program affiliated with Gratz College. The three-year program, to begin in September, will provide these teachers with 18 credit hours...
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