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Self-driving cars. Drip irrigation. Missile defense. Milk? Amid all the buzz around Israel’s “start-up nation,” including Intel’s recent $15 billion acquisition of … more
Once it was the job of the shtadlan — a literal translation from Hebrew is “intercessor” — to make the case for the Jews to the czar, the sultan, the king. Now a couple of … more
Since 2006, only one religious group in the U.S. has had a federally proclaimed month celebrating its history. That’s when President George W. Bush officially declared May as Jewish American … more
What’s the latest trend in Jewish baby names? While many parents give their children anglicized versions of their Hebrew names —Rachel can be Rachel in either language — others … more
The Stella K. Abraham High School for Girls of the Hebrew Academy of Long Beach has announced its student commencement honors. Valedictorian: Nicole Israeli Nicole Israeli, Hebrew Language … more
North Shore Hebrew Academy /North Shore Hebrew Academy High School’s annual dinner celebration, at the Old Westbury Hebrew Congregation, celebrated 62 years of excellence in yeshiva education. … more
Oxford University’s Corpus Christi College, the Center for Jewish History and Yeshiva University Museum last weekend opened an exhibition of breath-taking treasures seen in America for the … more
Midreshet Shalhevet celebrated the upcoming 50th anniversary of Yom Yerushalayim at its Ninth Annual Scholarship Dinner on Sunday, May 7, at Temple Hillel in North Woodmere. “We honor … more
Each year, Shulamith eighth graders travel to Washington to celebrate the end of their elementary school years and their upcoming graduation. On May 10 and 11, the Class of 2017, accompanied by … more
“Herr Adolf Hitler of Germany would be covered with confusion if he dared to enter the strictly kosher home of Mrs. Rose Hitler, pretty young Jewish housewife, who lives at 233 E. 92nd St., in … more
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