Monday, March 2, 2015 AdarI 11, 5775
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"Shrek" is no ordinary ogre — as was shown by a successful community production which just ended its three-day run.
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Nina Badzin, JTA
Changing the financial requirement for membership without addressing the widespread lack of interest in attending synagogue won’t reverse low participation and apathy, writes a “hyper-affiliated” Minneapolis woman.
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Members of Temple Beth El, an African-American synagogue in West Oak Lane, and Darkaynu, an egalitarian minyan, came together to participate in a unity concert.
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Anthony Weiss, JTA
From Ikar and Nashuva to newer start-ups like The Kitchen and Miskhan, female spiritual leaders are breaking congregational molds — and discussing ways they can support each other.
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Josh Page brings his tenor trio to town to celebrate his uncle's 25 years at the helm of Old York Road Temple-Beth Am in Elkins Park.
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