Jewish Film Festival of Dallas’ show WILL go on
The curtains will soon rise on the 24th annual Jewish Film Festival of Dallas, with popcorn and drinks coming from the safety of viewers’ homes rather than concession stands.
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Ron the Baker helps families jump-start Shabbat
One cup of love, three tablespoons of community and more than a dash of family memories in the kitchen are the not-so-secret ingredients for Ron “the baker” Romaner.
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The On Year
Nativ, the United Synagogue of Conservative Judaism’s college leadership program, is anything but a gap in the life experiences of its participants. The nine-month program for North American Jewish high school graduates allows them to live, learn and explore Israel, immersing themselves in the land and the people — the soul of their heritage.
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Fort Worthians make memories and mitzvahs

By Hannah SimonTwo beloved members of the Jewish Community in Fort Worth are starting new businesses. Rich Hollander, 70, started his business, A Sweet Goodbye, and Sydney Ratner, 13, launched

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Dallas Doings

Sam Kogutt of Dallas recognized by BBYO

Honoring a liberator By Deb SilverthornSalutes were up and flying high for Dallas’ Sam Kogutt during the 2020 B’nai B’rith Youth International Organization, the international convention hosted this past February,

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Shema: the oneness of the Creator

Perhaps the most fundamental and pervading principle in the Torah — the core of Jewish faith — is the idea of internalizing God’s unparalleled unity.We have a mitzvah to declare

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Saying farewell to The House

The House has been sold! I capitalize it, because this house merits special treatment.On the day after Sunday, Dec. 6, 1941 (Pearl Harbor Day), my mother’s five brothers went together

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