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6 Degrees(no Bacon): Jewish celebrity roundup

Drake undercut by stylist NEW YORK (6NoBacon Staff)—Drake’s smooth look doesn’t come cheap—especially if you’re the one dressing him. According to papers filed in Manhattan Supreme Court, th...

 

Seeking Kin: For a once-fading L.A. synagogue, a 90th anniversary to celebrate

BALTIMORE (JTA)— When Henry Leventon, his wife and three daughters attended their first Sabbath service at Temple Beth Israel of Highland Park and Eagle Rock in 1976, the gabbai at the Los Angeles...

 
 By Alex Traiman    News    September 6, 2013

Polio in Israeli sewage systems ignites debate on vaccination

As Israeli children begin their school year, one particular requirement for students is taking on a somewhat sudden and newfound sense of urgency—inoculation against polio. The disease, which many...

 

Weekly roundup of world briefs from JTA

Israel stands down in wake of Syria threat JERUSALEM (JTA)—Israel’s military sent home many of the reservists called up to deal with the threat from Syria. The decision on Sunday to release the reservists, who remain on alert status, came a day...

 

Synagogue Service Schedule

The following synagogues provided information about their High Holiday services to the Heritage by press time. For information about services at other local synagogues, contact the individual congregations. Most synagogues require tickets for...

 

Husband of terror victim pens memoir of quest to meet bomber

NEW YORK (JTA— David Harris-Gershon, author of the forthcoming memoir “What Do You Buy the Children of the Terrorist Who Tried to Kill Your Wife?,” is frank about the contradictions in his...

 

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