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Local Jewish Community Observes Beginning Of Hanukkah

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Hanukkah, the festival of lights, began at sundown Sunday.

Congregation Rodeph Shalom’s rabbi Eli Freedman said it’s not the most holy holiday on the Jewish calendar, but it’s certainly one of the most fun, and the kids love it: 112 more words


Mosaics Can Change the World

Having recently spent five days at the American Mosaic Summit in Philadelphia, sponsored by the Society of American Mosaic Artists, my head is buzzing with thoughts about all of the presentations and workshops. 566 more words

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Community College of Phila. President Inaugurated After 10 Months On The Job

By Kim Glovas

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Nearly a year after he began the job, the president of Community College of Philadelphia was inagurated today.

Donald (“Guy”) Generals has been an advocate for community college education for two decades.  115 more words


Murder of Longtime Congregant Shocks Rodeph Shalom Synagogue Community

By Mark Abrams

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As Philadelphia homicide detectives continue to search for clues in the death of a center city man who was… 172 more words


At A North Philadelphia Synagogue, Atonement Combined With Good Deeds

By Michelle Durham

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Jews throughout the Delaware Valley and the world are observing the most solemn holiday of the Jewish year: Yom Kippur, the “Day of Atonement.” 197 more words


Pennsylvania, Church and Town Records, 1708-1985 -- #PA, #Genealogy, #Jewish

Ancestry.com in a partnership with one of Stanczyk’s favorite Genealogy/History Libraries in the USA – Historical Society of Pennsylvania  –
1300 Locust Street
Philadelphia, PA  19107-5699… 125 more words


Hands-on Spirituality: knit for peace day

Friday, March 21st was Knit for Peace Day, a relatively new event for a number of socially-concerned knitters (knittivists) around the world. Initiated by Randy/KnitforPeace… 877 more words