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Rabbi Jonathan Brumberg-Kraus, a professor of religion at Wheaton College and the author of “Gastronomic Judaism as Culinary Midrash,” has confessed to eating possibly non-Kosher … more
Starting a diet or diving headfirst into a workout plan may be the first steps to enhancing your personal health, but once you’ve started down the path to better fitness and nutrition, … more
The article scheduled for the Nov. 9 issue of The Jewish Voice was an homage to three men who served in World War I, designed to coincide with Veterans Day. Then came the tragedy at Tree of Life … more
Tu b’Shevat, which begins on the evening of Sunday, Jan. 20, is a small gem of a Jewish holiday, coming as it does in midwinter, when there is not much else to celebrate. Many know it … more
NEW YORK (JTA) – The largest baking company in the United States will be removing Kosher certification from nearly all of its bread and rolls. Bimbo Bakeries USA confirmed to JTA that it … more
Rochelle Shatkin’s recent letter to The Voice added important insights to the Kessler/Wiseman discussions about the rising trend in U.S. (and global) anti-Semitism.  Shatkin did her … more
It is unfortunate that The Vermont State Police, as well as the Northampton, Massachusetts, Police Department, pulled out of the seminar in Israel, titled “Resiliency and … more
This week’s Torah portion, Vayechi, brings to a close the literary cycle of Genesis. Jacob/Israel, reunited with his son Joseph, bestows his blessings upon his 12 sons, as well as his … more
It’s been a number of years since the Cardozo Society gathered for networking and programming. On Dec. 12, 35 people gathered in the board room at the Dwares Jewish Community Center in … more
We Are Read in Italy – Arlene and Ed Bochner of Warwick toured Italy in May and had a photo taken with The Voice at Pompeii. more
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