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August 2010

Synagogue without Walls

Shira Hadasha provides a “new song” and a connection to Judaism.

Shabbat Chai

Temple Beth El students will learn by doing.

Nu, a Great Coincidence

Rabbi Ilene Schneider offers humor and insights about the Yiddish language.

Meet the Director

Peter Martin Blair is named Merage JCC’s new director of early childhood education.

Torah Defense of Vegetarianism*

Parashat Re’ah introduces ritual slaughter.

Flory Van Beek

Synagogue Co-Founder, Holocaust Survivor, and Author

Remarkable Transformation

Ishmael Khaldi’s book makes a positive statement about minorities in Israel.

On the Lighter Side

DNA genealogy analysis leaves something to be desired.

More Speech, Not Less

UC President Mark Yudof is a believer in civil discourse.

Kids Konnection

Refocus, reflect and reenergize Jewishly!

Karen Green’s Kitchen

Memories, Sweetened with Honey

Candles on the Cake

Nefesh B’Nefesh arrival was a good time to celebrate anniversary of aliyah.

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