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Please Pass the Salt…and the Stories

Dinnertime discussions keep memories active and create lasting relationships

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Turning “Oy” into “Joy”

How one devout sukkah-builder overcame his fatigue this year

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Is Immigration a Jewish Issue?

A long history of displacement makes Jews more connected to this hotbed issue than most

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Diversions

All the books, movie and television releases you can handle in October

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New Finds from the History Hunter

Craig Gottleib offers early edition of “Mein Kampf” among other WWII militaria

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We’re Going to the UN

New US Plan Won’t Stop Palestinians Turning to the UN

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Skateboarding in Israel

Two friends lead the growth of an industry with handmade products

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Planning for the Worst Case Scenario

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An Education Abroad

“Mom, you were right!”

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Rosh Hashanah Menu Ideas

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Everybody Loves the Pianist

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Diversions, September

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Tale of Two Soldiers

Small but growing numbers of San Diegans join the Israel Defense Forces

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Talking with Zach Braff, Kate Hudson & Mandy Patinkin of “Wish I Was Here”

Big-name actors get personal

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Will Larry David’s Broadway show add to his Jewish file?

Famed writer’s stage debut set for 2015

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Ebbing support for Israel among key groups stirring alarm

Recent polls gauge Congress and young Americans’ stances

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An African Revolutionary and the Jewish Experience

The story of Fela Kuti comes to the Ken Theatre

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Growing Up with Salvador Dali

A childhood with the surrealist leaves Madame Argillet with a unique art collection

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From Sea to Shining Sink

Carlsbad desalination plant set to being operation in 2015, with expertise from Israel

August 2014 3 Comments »

A Spiritual Journey Staged in San Diego

The story of counterculture icon Ram Dass to play in Ocean Beach

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Kyle Beckerman – dreadlocks, tattoos and Jewish roots

American midfielder gets the start today against Ghana

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Amici’s East Coast Pizzeria

Now open in Hillcrest

Dubbel Doppel: The Return of a Shmaltz Brewing Favorite

He’Brew does it again

Soccer-loving Argentinian Jews organize activities for World Cup

Jewish visitors from around the world are invited to attend

May 2014 2 Comments »

Macklemore Apologizes for Costume Perceived as Anti-Semitic

Internet sets fire, artist finally responds

The Kerry Initiative on Trial

Amidst global discussion, where do the locals stand?

Life on the Ranch: A Legacy of Jewish Growth

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ISRAEL: An American Half-Jew in Israel

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San Diegan Mark James grew up knowing little about his parents’ lives during World War II, and even less about his older brother who died a few weeks before its end

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