Thursday, July 31, 2014 Av 4, 5774
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Richard Address knew he wanted to become a rabbi as early as the 10th grade, after his confirmation ceremony at Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel in Elkins Park. He recalled being in awe of the late rabbi and historian Bertram Korn. Address went on to become a very different kind of religious leader, devoting much of his career to the Reform...
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When Michael Granoff enters a room, you can just feel the electricity. You get the same sense when he turns on his car. The founder of Maniv Investments LLC, and chief of oil independence policies for Better Place -- a key division of Maniv -- Granoff is a founding fueler of the electric car industry. He is in that better...
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Nearly 20 years after leaving his job in the government affairs office of the American Jewish Committee to start rabbinical school, Rabbi Mark Robbins is returning to the organization to head up its Philadelphia/Southern New Jersey regional office. Seating a rabbi at the helm marks a major change for the local AJC office. For decades, the local office was headed...
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Meredith E. Friedman
REFLECTIONS By Meredith E. Friedman To me, Rosh Hashanah has always been a holiday about hope -- hope for a sweet new year. When my water broke during a Rosh Hashanah luncheon, hope and excitement filled the air. Jonah would be the first grandchild on my family's side and, for my in-laws, their only son's first son. No one knew,...
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In the early 1970s, Daniel Zucker, fresh out of college, thought he had found his life's passion in archaeology. The California native was helping to excavate Ein Gedi, an ancient site on the shores of the Dead Sea and loving every minute of it. But then he became aware of a problem; none of his married supervisors ever seemed to...
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