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 By Richard Ries    Features    May 16, 2014

Roth JCC honors fallen Israeli soldiers

On Sunday evening, May 4, about 200 people gathered at the Roth JCC in Maitland for a solemn ceremony to honor those who gave their lives defending Israel. Yom Hazikaron, Israel's Remembrance Day,...

 By Richard Ries    Opinions    May 9, 2014

Beware the ides and tides of Jewish racism

Ed Ziegler’s April 18th column, “Islamic enclaves in America,” is, in my opinion, an attempt to create monsters out of us. The Judeophilic philosopher Frederic Nietzsche, who broke ties with Richard Wagner in large part over the opera compo...

 By Richard Ries    News    March 22, 2013

Passover wishes from Mayor Buddy Dyer

By Richard Ries If you walk into Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer’s office and see a wood carved alligator, you might naturally assume it was made in Florida. However, you’d be guilty of not examining all...


Reflections on a Jewish merchant

I spend an inordinate amount of time thinking about my great-grandfather, Moses Strouse. Not because I am interested that deeply in family trees or have ever visited, but because I am drawn to sociology and am deeply disturbed about the...


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