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Denver, Colorado: Great Town Set Amid Mountain Majesty

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Known as the Mile High City, Denver lies where the Great Plains end and the Rocky Mountains begin.
Megan GoldMarche is a Jew with curly, dark hair wearing a dark blue blouse. She is smiling in front of a dark background.

You Should Know…Rabbi Megan GoldMarche

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Rabbi Megan GoldMarche is just like many of the young Philadelphia Jews she hopes to serve as Tribe 12’s new executive director: She’s a...
Philip Korshak is a white man with long beard and beanie. He is holding a bagel over one of his eyes.

Last Word: Philip Korshak Serves Up Bagels, Poetry in South Philadelphia Shop

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On the one morning each week when Philip Korshak was not running his bar on the East Side of New York, and his wife...

Orthodox Synagogue Reaches Century Mark

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Congregation B’nai Israel Ohev Zedek in Philadelphia turned 100 on May 22. Yet the Orthodox synagogue is “a very young shul now,” said Michael Bohm,...

Pantry Dinners

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Last week I came home from a work trip after eating mediocre hotel food for two days.
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Lunch in a Jar

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There seems to be a current trend of Mason jar meals.

Shir Ami a Hub for Reform Jewish Life

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When it opened in 1999, Shir Ami’s community mikveh became just the second of its kind at a Reform synagogue in the United States. Today...

Phillies Catcher Reflects on Bar Mitzvah’s Role in Career, Life

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Baseball is a game that requires a level of discipline almost beyond a normal human’s capacity. Day after day, year after year, even decade after...

Gluten-free Desserts

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As more and more people avoid gluten, the need to have some good wheat-free recipes in the arsenal becomes increasingly necessary
Eileen Brill is a white woman with long, strawberry blond or light brown hair. She is outside and smiling at the camera.

Cheltenham Author to Publish Debut Novel

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For authors, ideas for a story seem to come from thin air — a spontaneous idea, a line from a remembered conversation. For Eileen...