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Encouraging the COVID-19 vaccine

Shelley Rosmarin helps oversee VacSeen’s grassroots efforts By Amy W. Sorter When it comes to the COVID-19 vaccine, the more people who are immunized, the higher the level of herd

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Dallas Jewish BookFest resumes Jan. 14

Educate, inspire, entertain By Deb Silverthorn The JCC’s Margot Pulitzer Dallas Jewish BookFest begins the second half of the season’s offerings starting at 7 p.m. Thursday.  “We are very excited

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Obituaries

Joel Cotter

Joel Cotter, 79, passed away on Jan. 6, 2020, alongside a loving family following a hard fought battle with cancer and COVID-19. It’s difficult to say Joel lost his fights,

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Love, unity and the Exodus

By Rabbi Dan LewinParashat Vaeira Love, a strong inner movement to come closer to something or someone, is the first of the soul’s seven powers that make up our character.

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Some benefits of reading

Dear Families, I’ve confessed often about my “biblioholism” — there are definitely worse addictions! We, the People of the Book, have always promoted reading and learning. The wonderful tradition of

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