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One of my sons chose to read a “Jewish book” titled “Operation Agreement” and subtitled “Jewish Commandos and the Raid on Tobruk.” I vaguely recalled seeing the … more
The plane ride to Israel tells you almost everything. You don’t even need to get off the plane to have a true Israeli experience.   First, you are lectured extensively about … more
To the Jews who came to America in the 19th and 20th century, America was the goldene medina, “the Golden Country.” The passion Jewish immigrants had for America was based not only on the … more
Not like the brazen giant of Greek fame, With conquering limbs astride from land to land; Here at our sea-washed, sunset gates shall stand A mighty woman with a torch, whose flame Is the … more
JTA – The New York commuter who led several others on a Manhattan subway to clean away anti-Semitic graffiti with hand sanitizer is being honored by the Anti-Defamation League. Jared Nied, … more
Memory and art have been bound together since cave dwellers first drew primitive bison and horses on cave walls. From those prehistoric moments until today, artists’ pictures and … more
The New England Academy of Torah (NEAT) Mock Trial team recently beat the team from Portsmouth High School in the Rhode Island state playoffs. After winning two trials out of three on their way to … more
Brown RISD Hillel Rabbi Michelle Dardashti was born in Los Angeles and grew up in Baltimore.   Dardashti was ordained and received an M.A. in Jewish education from the Jewish Theological … more
When Georgia Hunter was 15, one of her teacher at the Moses Brown School, Ransom Griffin, assigned her class a family “I-Search” project.   Hunter chose to interview her … more
BBYO’s annual winter Kallah, held at the Hilton Hartford Hotel in Connecticut in late January, drew 85 New England Region teens and 240 from the Connecticut Valley Region for a weekend of … more
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