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Volume 3, Number 29
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Today's Postings:

Tuesday, February 3, 2009

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


Hamas puts the cat among the pigeons... by Rabbi Dow Marmur in Jerusalem


A sacred service by Ernest Bloch ... by Cantor Sheldon Merel in San Diego, with audio of him performing with the JCC Orchestra and a mixed choir

New website: Old Jews telling jokes ... by Dan Bloom in Taipei, Taiwan

The reason for postwar Polish anti-Semitism ... by David Strom in San Diego

Maybe they should hunt for a better play! .. by Cynthia Citron in Pasadena, California


San Diego Jewish Academy: San Diego Jewish Academy Annual Gala Honors Kornfeld Family

Soille San Diego Hebrew Day School:
Preschool Enrichment Classes at Soille Hebrew Day


August 8, 1952: Community Currents ... by Albert Hutler

August 8, 1952: Pioneer Jews of Utah ... by Dr. Phillip L. Seman

August 8, 1952: Busy, Busy, Busy

August 8, 1952: Talented Family

JEWISH INTERNET FAVORITES {Click here for previous selections}

Carol Bruce (1919-2007) sings "Boy With the Wistful Eyes" and "Getting Sentimental Over You"

Dany Brillant sings "Tu vuņ fa l' americano" (You Want To Be An American)

Ian Broudie sings "Song for No One"


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