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March 2015

Moses, Queen Esther & You

Leave the world better than you found it.

Experiential Learning

Process Versus Product

JCC Global Teen Fellows

Exploring Jewish Ancestry Across the Globe

Kosher Dog


Invisible Women

Something is missing.

Moments in Time

If you have ever been to Southern California, one of the nicest features about the area is its beaches. For years, every summer my family and I would go to the beach and play in the waves as well as relax in the sun. Over the past couple of years it has become increasingly difficult for me to enjoy the sand and the waves due to the onset of my disease and its side effects. Since the wasting process is a gradual process, it is not something that happens overnight.

Roaming Through the Desert

Not all who wander are lost.

To Vaccinate or Not?

A Jewish view of a hot topic of debate.

The Passover Seder

The big answer to many of your questions.

Fifty Golden Years

Temple Beth Tikvah celebrates its 50th Anniversary.

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