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Founder of United Hatzalah to celebrate Maimonides anniversary
Nov 19, 2021
‘Meaningful Mindfulness’ will connect new residents to Federation
LIFE & LEGACY Each One Reach One incentive ends this month
Cafe Ivrit helps beginners learn Hebrew
Founding PJ Library philanthropist reflects on handing out 35,000th book
A Chanukah memory
Oct 27, 2021
THE IMPACT ONE MAKES: Iris Epstein
Sep 23, 2021
JFS older adult programs are powered by volunteers
Facing protest from his socialist allies, Rep. Jamaal Bowman opens up about his recent trip to Israel
Israel’s deputy foreign minister aims to woo progressives, but Israeli policies get in the way
Orthodox Union and its youth group sued over past abuse by Baruch Lanner, rabbi convicted of sexually abusing teenage students
Nissim Black and Kosha Dillz, Jewish hip-hop royalty, remix Adam Sandler’s “Chanukah song” on the streets of New York
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