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PA Ballet Founder Barbara Weisberger Dies at 94

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Barbara Weisberger, the founder of Pennsylvania Ballet and the first American student of internationally renowned choreographer George Balanchine, died at her home in Kingston,...

D’var Torah: Turning in Order to See

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By Rabbi Shelly Barnathan Parshat Shemot Parshat Shemot contains a story that we know quite well — the famous story of Moses and the Burning Bush....

Rabbis in DC and Beyond Calm Congregants After a Day of Mob Chaos at...

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By Gabe Friedman and Shira Feder Ruth Friedman could tell that Wednesday’s pro-Trump protests in Washington, D.C., might be volatile when she boarded a plane...

Jewish Lawmakers Under Siege in Congress Give Their Accounts

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By Ron Kampeas It’s been a day unlike any in modern American history: An armed mob broke through police into the U.S. Capitol building,...

Ossoff Leads, Warnock Wins in Georgia Senate Races

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By Ron Kampeas Georgia appears poised to send a Jew and an African American to the U.S. Senate for the first time — and to...

Hot Beverages for Winter Socials

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Winter is upon us and, normally, that means holiday parties, indoor gatherings and lots of time with extended family and friends. But not this...

Jews of Philly Fashion: Tina Dixon Spence

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It’s the newest edition of Jews of Philly Fashion, introducing you to the Chosen few who dress our city. They might mix wool and...

‘Wonder Woman 1984’ Soars, Then Stumbles

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Fans of Israeli actor Gal Gadot had something big to look forward to this Christmas when Warner Bros. Entertainment released “Wonder Woman 1984,” the...

Planning Underway for Jewish Farm

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There are a lot of ways to get to Doylestown from Philadelphia. You could take 202, or 611, if you wanted. You could even...

Jewish Life in 2020: A Year in Pictures

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By Shira Feder For the Jewish community, 2020 has been historic, turbulent and revelatory. The year began with 25,000 people, Jews and non-Jews, marching across...