Tuesday, March 31, 2015 Nisan 11, 5775

By:
Jon Entine, JE Feature
Since the horror of the Holocaust, Jews have been at the forefront of those debunking notions that they could be defined by blood ancestry, as a "race." The notion of race seemed to be dead as a scientific concept as recently as 2000, when the first sketch of the human genome was unveiled. "We are all, regardless of race, 99.9...
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A warm winter didn't stop the Tuesday/Thursday 2-year-old class at Or Ami Nursery School from "playing in the snow" this season. Teachers Roz Shrager and Susan Silverman imported some in for fun. Enjoying the shaving-cream "snow" (from left) are Jared Rutman and Max Baer.
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Rep. John Sabatina of the 174th District visited the Paley Early Learning Center and presented a citation from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania to director Sandy Chernow, and preschoolers Riley Treegoob (left) and Aaron Heller. The Paley Center is one of the few centers in the region to become a Keystone Stars 4A Center. This means it has been reaccredited by...
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By:
Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
For those hoping to send their children to Jewish overnight camps, the road ahead may be a little less daunting, thanks to a new grant initiative geared toward first-time attendees. Camp Galil in Ottsville, Bucks County, is one of a number of recipients of this new initiative. Set up by the Jewish Funders Network/Foundation for Jewish Camping Matching Grants Initiative...
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By:
Mara Sokolsky, JE Feature
Often, when I'm driving, I turn the radio to our local "Oldies but Goodies" station. I'm amazed at how many of the '60s' and '70s' lyrics I recall, and how quickly I'm transported back to a simpler time. Although I enjoy my driving stints as an unpaid backup singer, I've found myself mildly annoyed by all those lyrics moaning about...
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