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  • How to Involve the Kids in Passover

    How to Involve the Kids in Passover
    The Jewish holiday of Passover begins next Monday evening with the Seder, a ritual feast.  Friends and family gather together to retell the story of the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt. Rabbi Ilana Garber from Beth El Temple...
  • Mamoun's Falafel Brings A Piece Of The Middle East To New Haven

    Mamoun's Falafel Brings A Piece Of The Middle East To New Haven
    Mamoun's Falafel should get something like a lifetime achievement award for New Haven restaurants, maybe even an a cappella bar song (“From the Mabrumeh down at Mamoun's...”) to nudge it closer to Pepe’s, Louis’, Claire’s and...
  • Having an interpreter at a wedding may be the best gift a bridal couple can give

    Having an interpreter at a wedding may be the best gift a bridal couple can give
    If you have normal hearing, you probably take for granted the gift of sound. But if you are a guest at a wedding where someone is deaf you realize how much he or she is missing. From the ceremonial toasts at the pre-wedding reception to the ceremony and...
  • Navigating the Holidays: 6 expert tips for getting your family visits in order

    Navigating the Holidays: 6 expert tips for getting your family visits in order
    Two people. Two families. So, figuring out where to spend the holidays can get quite complicated for couples. The key is to get started early on your planning, know that you will have to compromise, and try to think of strategies that won’t leave...
  • The Sun is biased, unethical and hypocritical in coverage of Israeli-Palestinian conflict [Letter]

    The Sun is biased, unethical and hypocritical in coverage of Israeli-Palestinian conflict [Letter]
    A rare and an unusual incident of an Arab boy who was beaten by Israeli police made it to the front page of The Baltimore Sun with the expected underlying criticism of Israel ("Teen reportedly beaten in Israel riot was born in Baltimore, family says,"...
  • Meet The Folks Who Want to Sell You the Next Governor

    Can the advertising firm that eroded Tom Foley's support in 2010, increased the Jewish vote for Mitt Romney in 2012 and shaped New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie's image in 2013 help John P. McKinney defeat Foley for the Republican nomination for governor...
  • Sun offers false equivalence between Israelis and Palestinians [Letter]

    Sun offers false equivalence between Israelis and Palestinians [Letter]
    The Sun's editorial, "A dangerous turning point in Israel" (July 8) notes the arrest of six Israelis for the killing of a Palestinian teenager and "strong words from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and others" condemning the crime. It adds that these...
  • Boca Jewish group gathers for Israel

    You are encouraged to dress in blue and white for this event. The Jewish Federation of South Palm Beach County has organized a "Community Israel Solidarity Gathering" to show support for Israel as the battle with Hamas continues. The gathering will be 6...
  • Israel has to defend its people

    Chicago Tribune readers will be hearing about Israel’s disproportionate response and inhumane treatment of Gaza civilians in what tragically has become a familiar story. I fervently wish it were not so.  It is beyond debate Israel justifiably...
  • Aaron David Miller: Five myths about the Gaza crisis

    Yes, Israelis and Palestinians have entered yet another violent round in their seemingly interminable conflict. How did they get into this mess? And, more important, how are they going to get out of it? As we watch the fighting escalate, here are five...
  • Palm Beach Jews say travel plans to Israel continue

    David Pratt, of Delray Beach, was sleeping the first time he heard a siren shrieking through the walls of his Tel Aviv hotel. Following instructions being broadcast in English, he quickly got dressed and grabbed his cellphone, heading to the stairwell...