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It’s Time You Met My Father

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It is because of my father that I was given a second chance at life in America. He’s my rock in every way imaginable.

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A New Beef In Town

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Can there be a Jewish holy day or Friday night dinner without a brisket?

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How Do You Fight Antisemitism? With Israeli Arabs

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If we want to make an impact, we need to enlist not Jews but Arab Israelis.

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Amazing, Amazing

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It is rare when a day goes by that something does not amaze me.

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As Israeli swimmers took 4th place in an Olympic trial, a TV commentator criticized their country

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The commentator for TV3, the state broadcaster where the competition took place, spoke only about the swimmers’ country, not their technique or performance.

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Moshe’s Leadership, the Rebbe, and the Dilemma of the Modern Jew

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Remarkably, a new generation in the new world could still follow a Rebbe, because they were ready for a different kind of leadership.

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Is There a Future for Young Jewish Families in Los Angeles?

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Many families have already left, and many more talk about it constantly.

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Is There a Future for Young Jewish Families in Los Angeles?

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Many families have already left, and many more talk about it constantly.

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Satirical Semite: Zoom Through Speed Dates

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I signed up for a Sunday night speed dating event via Zoom because I had temporarily forgotten why I dislike such experiences.

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Shalhevet Beats Glendora, 67—65, to Reach CIF SoCal 3A Regional Finals

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Shalhevet High School’s boys’ basketball team rallied from 14 points down Thursday night to defeat top-seeded Glendora, 67-65, in overtime in the CIF State Southern California Regional Division 3-A playoffs. Shalhevet’s coach, Ryan Coleman, said his players have rallied too many times to think they were out of it. “This comeback was the sign of […]

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A Jewish Prayer for Juneteenth

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Juneteenth is an American holiday celebrating the end of slavery. This prayer reflects on the core story of the Jewish …

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‘The Shrink Next Door,’ a dark Jewish-themed podcast, is becoming a TV show with Will Ferrell and Paul Rudd

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Can the two comedy stars capture the feel of the twisted story — and its Jewishness?

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