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November 15, 2013  RSS feed
New gala to honor trailblazing octogenarians

For the first time, eight individuals or couples who pioneered growth of the local Jewish community will be honored by the Jewish Federation of Pinellas & Pasco Counties during a gala “8 Over 80” event Sunday, March 30 at the St. Petersburg Coliseum.  More...

Largo man reunites with tank brigade 40 years after Yom Kippur war

After Israel won the Six-Day War in 1967, the nation seemed invincible, but that all changed in 1973 on Yom Kippur, when Egypt and Syria launched coordinated surprise attacks.  More...

JCC Suncoast preschool to close Dec. 20

The JCC Suncoast Children’s Center, a preschool operated in space leased from Temple B’nai Israel in Clearwater, will close at the end of business on Friday, Dec. 20.  More...

Steadfast opposition to public prayer takes small-town litigant to Supreme Court

WASHINGTON – The need for a firm barrier between church and state is as clear now for Susan Galloway as it was in grade school, when she was expected to sing carols at the Christmas show.  Galloway grew up in McHenry, Ill., a town northwest of Chicago with few other Jews, and the carols sung in school made ample mention of Jesus. Galloway refused to take part.  More...

World News

In its time of need, repaying a debt to the PhilippinesNEW YORK – As the extent of the catastrophic damage and tragic death ...
EU official lauds Israel for treating injured SyriansJERUSALEM (JTA) – A European Union official based in Israel praised t...

Culture

‘Elf on the Shelf’ meets its Jewish match: ‘Mensch on a Bench’When his son asked for The Elf on the Shelf—the famed Christmas toy t...
Menorah maniaFor Chanukah, the menorah—or more specifically, its eight-candle iter...
Making latkesStudents of the Chabad Hebrew School of St....

Obituaries

ObituariesGERALD H. FRIEDMAN, 76, of Oldsmar, died Nov. 2....
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