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Egyptian judoka: more than meets the eyes

inherited my love of the movie “Chariots of Fire” from my father. I can watch that movie a million times. The ...

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Curtains for kashrut at Shalom Cares?

creation and evolution of Shalom Park — the Jewish community’s skilled nursing home and continuum of care campus — derive from ...

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German-Israeli discovery could help cure melanoma

 — A new discovery by Israeli and German researchers could be the key to stop the spread of melanoma, the deadliest kind ...

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Egyptian judoka: more than meets

By Tehilla R. Goldberg, Aug 25, 20161
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Curtains for kashrut at Shalom

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German-Israeli discovery could help cure

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Curtains for kashrut at Shalom Cares?

The creation and evolution of Shalom Park — the Jewish community’s skilled nursing...

Todays Life

Colorado Springs Police Chief Peter Carey visits the Western Wall during his trip to Israel.

Colorado Springs Police Chief Carey attends ADL seminar in Israel

Colorado Springs Police Chief Pete Carey recently returned to the US after taking part in...

Features

Clockwise from top left: Sarah Nabaggala, Yonatan Loukato, Samuel Matiya Kigondere, Yoash Mayende and Shoshana Nambi. (Jill Peltzman/URJ)

Ugandan Jews work as counselors at reform summer camp

NEW YORK — Growing up in Uganda, Sarah Nabaggala would often have to walk to a well to...

Opinion

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Poll: Your favorite Rosh Hashanah food

We know, we know, Palisade peaches, Rocky Ford cantaloupe and Olathe corn are all pouring...

Leisure

A Crusader hand grenade was one of the items collected by the late Marcel Mazliah. (Ashernet)

Power plant employee collected trove of artifacts

HADERA — Many archaeological artifacts, some dating back 3,500 years, were discovered...

Obituaries

Al Chesis performing at Denver Botanic Gardens.

‘Corned beef’ Jew plays the blues

Al Chesis, whose deep voice winks lazily as clouds and sunlight pass above his shaved...