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Saul Rosenthal retires as cantor of Rodef Shalom

Rosenthal has had a long and varied professional life: college instructor, regional ADL director, front man for a Jewish bluegrass band, PR consultant, music store owner, but his longest-running gig — concurrent with most of his other careers — has been that of cantor at Rodef Shalom. Rosenthal has led services and brought music to […]
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Larry Hankin

IJN Associate Editor | larry@ijn.com


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