Friday, July 25, 2014 Tammuz 27, 5774
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Two Philadelphia-area Orthodox congregations are hoping to entice young, observant families to relocate from the New York metropolitan region and help grow their respective communities. Congregation Beth Hamedrosh in Wynnewood and Congregation Sons of Israel in Cherry Hill, N.J., each sent a delegation to the March 27 "Emerging Jewish Communities Home and Job Relocation Fair" at the Grand Hyatt hotel...
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Rachel Vigoda
Since the Hussian School of Art and the National Museum of American Jewish History are right next door to one another, sharing a view of Independence Mall, the folks at Hussian decided it was time to help the museum put its stamp on the new neighborhood. Last week, the museum unveiled commemorative stamps designed by students in Hussian's Junior Design...
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When Lance Cpl. Jeremy Kane of Cherry Hill, N.J., was killed in action a year ago in the Helmand Province of Afghanistan, U.S. Rep. John Adler helped expedite the return of his body for a Jewish burial. Adler, who lost his seat in November, also took the time to visit Kane's mother and brothers on multiple occasions, according to Rabbi...
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Daniel Blas
When Adam Wachs signed up for a yeshiva gap-year program between high school and college, he knew that he'd be spending much of his time -- more than nine hours a day -- sitting in the beit midrash pouring over ancient Jewish texts while learning Hebrew, and discussing Bible and Zionism. He did not expect, however, to compete in the...
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Laura Goldman
On March 30, the same night the Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Houston Rockets 108-97, the hometown team also hosted the second annual Jewish Heritage night, replete with Jewish food, culture and a rock star. More than 16,000 people came out for the event, which was presented by the Israeli Ministry of Tourism. In addition to a post-game concert by Grammy-nominated...
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