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Our boys

By Hollace Ava Weiner The First World War, touted as The War to End All Wars, had such massive casualties from lethal gas and aerial bombings that thousands who perished

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Larry Lefkof

Larry Lefkof, 89, passed away May 13, 2021. The first words Larry Lefkof uttered every morning were from the Modeh Ani, a prayer that a Jew traditionally recites upon awakening,

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Obituaries

Todd Labovitz

FORT WORTH — Todd Labovitz, 46, a beloved husband, father, brother, godfather and friend, passed away May 21, 2021. He was born Jan. 4, 1975. Loved by everyone who knew

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Let’s get a move on

By Rabbi Ariel RackovskyParashat Behaalotecha As we begin yet another graduation season, heads of school, guest speakers and members of the clergy will be offering words of advice to the

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Believe in the power of camp!

Dear Families, It’s almost camp! Those are magical words for kids, camp staff and, yes, parents! In the Jewish world, camp is part of your growing Jewish identity and connection.

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The miracle of Hanukkah will go on

By Ethel G. Hofman (JNS) Jewish individuals and families around the world will light the first Hanukkah candle after sundown on Dec. 10, marking the beginning of the eight-day “Festival

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