Thursday, July 30, 2015 Av 14, 5775

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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
WASHINGTON, D.C. — When the buses left around four in the morning, most people were only sure of two things -- that lines would be long, and it would be cold. Among the lines, the craziness, the crowds and the festive environment, the 56th presidential inauguration often felt like a trip to Disneyland -- only the theme park was the...
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Kids packed the gymnasium, playing miniature golf and basketball, leaping up and down on a moonbounce, even drag-racing with specially fitted vegetables, like potatoes and zucchinis, that sped across the hardwood floor. It's fair to say that most of the activities at the Eighth Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Caring Community Carnival 2009 didn't appear to have much to do...
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EDITOR'S NOTE: On the eve of Barack Obama's inauguration, the Exponent solicited local Jews to provide unsolicited advice to the president-elect, focusing on their areas of expertise or activism. We look forward to ongoing debate over policy issues as the Obama presidency unfolds. If you wish to submit your own "Memo to Obama" for consideration in future issues, e-mail maximum...
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In the midst of a bruising campaign for the Pennsylvania Democratic primary, less than 12 hours before he debated his rival on national television, Barack Obama met with Jewish leaders and activists in Philadelphia. In addition to covering ubiquitous campaign topics such as his support for Israel, the man who became the first African-American elected to the presidency addressed something...
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In myriad ways, a number of Jewish area residents are getting set to take part in the inaugural festivities, either in the nation's capital -- where huge crowds and frigid temperatures are expected -- or much closer to home. "I don't care how cold it is. I won't even notice if it's cold or raining. There is just an awesomeness...
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