Making waves

by Annette van de Kamp Sick and tired of politics? Can’t stand one more conversation about contraception, swing states, poll numbers, the deficit, or the Latino vote? I hear you. So, –although elections are important, and I think everyone who has the right to...

Lech L'cha

Adventurous Abraham   In our day, one who is about to undertake a journey usually assumes he is coming into a civilized land, protected by law, by those who abide by that law, and by those whose duty it is to see that law maintained. Our Sacred Text says Abraham...

Something old, something new

10.26.12 Issue Annette van de Kamp-Wright, Editor of the Jewish Press For the students of Friedel Jewish Academy, going to Shul on Tuesday, Oct. 16 was a very different experience. Instead of saying their prayers in “their” Shul, mere steps from their classrooms, they...

The other side of the story

10.26.12 Issue by Murray Newman, Irit Kohn, and Murrel Kohn Allow me to introduce two very dear friends who live in Israel. The husband’s name is Murrel Kohn. Irit is his wife. I met Murrel, who is originally from Louisville, Kentucky, during my freshman year at...

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10.26.12 Issue by Ozzie Nogg            In honor of the upcoming national election, the Star Deli on Friday, Nov. 2, will feature a Two-Faced Sandwich. “The sandwich will be a hot, open sandwich with one side turkey and the other side roast beef,” said Chef Mike...