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Dispute and its motivations

By Rabbi Dan LewinParashat Korach One of the relevant questions these days is, can you be friends with someone and nourish the personal relationship although you strongly disagree with their

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Judaism and vegetarianism

Dear Rabbi Fried, I am considering becoming a vegetarian for a number of reasons, have given it a lot of thought and discussion with my friends. It would be a

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Settling in after a happy move

Report: I’ve moved successfully into our community’s newest senior facility: The Legacy Midpark! On my first day here, I made some new friends and re-met many old ones. There’s nothing

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Obituaries

David Harold Goldstein

It is with deepest regret that we announce the passing of David Harold Goldstein on May 12, 2021. He was born June 1, 1942, to Minnie and Isaac (Rocky) Goldstein.

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Columnists

Settling in after a happy move

Report: I’ve moved successfully into our community’s newest senior facility: The Legacy Midpark! On my first day here, I made some new friends and re-met many old ones. There’s nothing

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Standing up for the land

By Rabbi Ari SunshineParashat Shelach Lecha It can be tough to take what may seem like an unpopular position against very loud voices trying to shout you down. In this

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Recipes

Passover Recipes

Passover tips and tidbits

By Tina Wasserman The holiday of Passover evokes many memories. These memories help make or break the continuity of the tradition. I remember the smells of the chicken soup wafting

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