Articles written by Johanna Ginsberg

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NJ store to close after a century of suiting up bar mitzvah boys and the occasional mobster

WHIPPANY, N.J. (New Jersey Jewish News via JTA)-When Clifford Kulwin celebrated his 13th anniversary as rabbi at Temple B'nai Abraham in Livingston, New Jersey, he knew he had to mention another... Full story

 By Johanna Ginsberg    News    June 28, 2013

New Jersey synagogue shares mountain mitzvah in Kentucky

McROBERTS, Ky.—The morning mist hovers over the narrow valley in the lush Appalachian Mountains of Kentucky. A creek rushing by the side of the main road passes through the town of Neon in once p... Full story


Chant expert seeks 'healing of the spirit'

In three-part harmony, a group of more than 50 people—mostly women, mostly middle-aged and older—began chanting a verse from Leviticus: Aish tamid tukad al hamizbei’ach; lo tichbeh (“Fire always shall be kept burning on the altar; it shall not go... Full story


Rahm's big brother offers up family secrets

OK, let’s face it. One of the burning questions of the day, if you happen to be a Jewish parent, is: How do I get my kids to grow up like those Emanuel boys? You know: Ari, the wealthy L.A. talent age... Full story

 By Johanna Ginsberg    News    April 5, 2013

Klein is first gay man to head group

Growing up in Montclair, N.J., Jason Klein found a role model in Rabbi Perry Rank of Congregation Shomrei Emunah. “He really had a way that was very charismatic and warm and connected with children a... Full story


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