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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George Floyd’s death: A community responds
Sadness, anger, empathy, shock, devastation — words alone are inadequate to express our deep distress at the violence that erupted after the death of George Floyd of Minneapolis, whose pleas for his life were captured in a disturbing video.
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How JFS is meeting the community’s needs
The pandemic continues to challenge Jewish Family Service of Greater Dallas, and like the successful team it is, the agency keeps stepping up to the plate and hitting home runs of support for the community.
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The Beat Goes On
Eli Davidsohn, 76, the Dallas master of ruach, isn’t letting COVID-19 slow him down. In the last 10 weeks he has been performing virtual programs, tutoring students and “visiting” with impact as only he can.
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AJC Dallas commemorates Juneteenth

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Embracing law, truth and peace

A three-legged stool is the sturdiest, the best way to create stability on uneven surfaces. The same idea can be found in mystical metaphors, where groups of three in Torah

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