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It’s not easy being a summer camp shlichah. You arrive in a strange town a week before camp starts, find housing with a volunteer family and barely shake off the jet lag before camp … more
“Good evening, Mr. and Mrs. North and South America and all the ships at sea. Let’s go to press. FLASH!” You’re listening to the staccato voice of Walter Winchell, whose top-rated radio program and nationally syndicated New York Daily Mirror newspaper columns made him an institution in the United States of the 1930s, ’40s and ’50s. more
It is great to see you all and be able to have an in-person annual meeting for the first time in three years. more
Annual meetings provide an opportunity to look back and to look forward, and that is especially true when there is a transition in board leadership as we have tonight. So I want to begin, if you’ll indulge me, with a tribute to my colleague, my partner these last three years, and most importantly, my dear friend, Jamie Pious. more
When the DJ at the Relay For Life of Greater Attleboro [Massachusetts], Nate Adams, played that iconic Beatles’ song near the end of the 24th annual team fundraiser for the American Cancer … more
As much as I enjoy writing articles for this newspaper and other periodicals, I seldom hear from readers. Thus, on June 9, I was astonished to receive several favorable comments about my last article … more
(JTA) – One of the United States’ largest Kosher certifying agencies alleges that JetBlue airlines sold a snack it falsely claimed was certified as Kosher. In a lawsuit filed last … more
(New York Jewish Week) After she finished her compulsory military service as a singer in an IDF performing arts troupe, Israeli folk singer Bat Ella wasn’t sure how she would incorporate … more
(JTA) – Jews looking for a rooting interest in the concluding games of this year’s NBA Finals might have one now, thanks to a head-turning wardrobe choice from Golden State Warriors star … more
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