Volume 2, Nu

mber 30
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Volume 2, Number 278

"There's a Jewish story everywhere"

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Sara Appel-Lennon

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Carol Davis

Garry Fabian

Gail Feinstein Forman

Gerry Greber

Ulla Hadar

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J. Zel Lurie

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Marissa Palin

Fred Reiss

Rabbi Leonard

Gary Rotto

Ira Sharkansky

Dorothea Shefer-

David Strom

Lynne Thrope

Gail Umeham

Howard Wayne

Eileen Wingard

Hal Wingard

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Today's Postings

Friday - Saturday , November 21 - 22, 2008

{Click an underlined headline in this area to jump to the corresponding story. Or, you may scroll leisurely through our report}


Wiesels dedicate Yemin Orde youth home.... by Jeremy Wimpfheimer in Yemin Orde, Israel

Survivor Corps: War-wounded learn skills to rebuild lives and give to others ... by Sara Appel-Lennon in La Jolla, California


The eyes seen through the mehitza ... by Dawna Cosme in Brookline, Massachusetts


Seeing Miss Daisy after Obama's election ... by Carol Davis in San Diego

Leonard Bernstein will be subject of tribute by Israel Philharmonic tomorrow night... by Eileen Wingard in San Diego


May 12, 1950: It’s Worth The Effort {Editorial on primary voting}
May 12, 1950:
They’re Off Again (Editorial on baseball)
May 12, 1950:
Letters to the Editor
On synagogues from Florence Barach
On Merchant of Venice from Adelk Firestone
On UJF Allocations from A. Fisher


Lawrence Family JCC:
Jewish Poets—Jewish Voices scheduled December 10

Soille San Diego Hebrew Day School:
Time Travel to 1910: History Comes Alive at Soille Hebrew Day

Tifereth Israel Synagogue:
Be Here Tonight (Friday) when We Introduce Jamie Cohen

United Jewish Federation:
A message from the United Jewish Federation: Hillel Needs Our Help Again!


SDJA women volleyballers seek title .. by Gary Rotto in San Diego


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