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Mirren receives World Jewish Congress recognition award

NEW YORK-The World Jewish Congress (WJC) and The Weinstein Company announced today that Academy Award® winner Helen Mirren will receive the WJC Recognition Award for her role in the acclaimed...

 
 By Ben Sales    Features    May 29, 2015

Yes we can: Israeli food-waste charity turns supermarket fare into installation art

TEL AVIV (JTA)-From the wrong angle, it looks like a bunch of unevenly stacked tuna cans, as if someone in the grocery store did a bad job. Look at it from the other direction, and its shape becomes...

 
 By Julie Wiener    Features    May 29, 2015

Could an Israeli invention end cooking as we know it?

(JTA)-Plenty of mobile apps help consumers order meals for delivery or offer recipes. But a new app developed by Israeli entrepreneurs will actually prepare the food for you on your kitchen counter....

 
 By Ron Kampeas    Features    May 29, 2015

Obama: I have same high expectations of Israel as I do of U.S.

WASHINGTON (JTA) – President Barack Obama has a message for American Jews: I don’t shy away from disagreeing with Israel publicly, because I care about Israel and our shared values. The president marked Jewish American Heritage Month with a...

 

Weekly roundup of world briefs from JTA

Whooping cough warning issued in Brooklyn’s Orthodox communities NEW YORK (JTA)—The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene has issued a warning about an increase in cases of pertussis, or the “whooping cough,” in the Orthodox...

 

Seeking Kin: Where is his buddy in the Bonneville?

The Seeking Kin column aims to help reunite long-lost relatives and friends. (JTA) – Menahem Orenstein remembers back to the late 1960s when a customer at the Haifa repair shop where he was working would bring in an Austin Mini-Moke for servicing....

 

A South Carolina kosher-vegetarian dining hall seeks to bring diverse populations to the table

CHARLESTON, S.C. (JTA)-Renowned for its gracious architecture and signature Southern charm, Charleston is increasingly celebrated as a foodie heaven. The trouble is, in a city whose culinary...

 

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