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New Shul’s About Urban Living, Social Justice

Sitting outside at a crowded West Philadelphia cafe and taking sips from an iced coffee as trolley cars intermittently clattered by along Baltimore Avenue,...

Kehillah Grows by Leaps and Bounds

Even with 23 organizations already under its belt, the Kehillah of Old York Road is still continuing to grow. Congregation Kol Ami, set to move...
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Philadelphians Recall a Rousing 55-Year Parade of Religious Life

For Diana Gottlieb, seeing the large ballroom at Beth Emeth-B'nai Yitzhok filled with more than 200 people dancing, singing and talking about the good...

The Right Place at the Right Time

Lubavitch of Bucks County has built a new center in Newtown where the Jews of the community can socialize, hang out, or just sit...

The Very Next Boom You Hear …

There seems to be a lot more to the success of active adult communities throughout the nation than just some convenient rounds of golf....
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Probing Delusions Wrought by Oslo

Even as a young man - even before he was a teenager - Dr. Kenneth Levin recalls having an intense interest in Israel and...
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38 Varied Individuals Leave Special Legacies Behind

Some of them were outgoing, with large circles of friends, while others were loners. Some left behind families filled with children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren...
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Boo! Lubavitch Shoo Away Ghosts of the Past

The second-floor balcony of the historic General Wayne Inn appears unsteady. And the porch below - blocked off by chain-link fence and yellow police...
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The Wheel Goes Round and Stops at a Pulpit

Rachel Brown had a lot of time to think while she rode her bicycle around the United States for eight months in 1989. Brown...
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Groups Build Their Cases on Nominee

To confirm or not to confirm? For some political groups, that is indeed the question as Judge John G. Roberts Jr., nominated by President George...