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Big splash at Caesarea Harbor with new Crusader market

Summer is the time of year when many Jews from the United States and around the world visit Israel. This summer, visitors will have something new to behold.

Wednesday 06/20/2018
Book reviews: two Holocaust tales connect
Posted: June 20, 2018

“What the Night Sings”

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Wednesday 06/06/2018
Finding Jewish Buenos Aires
Posted: June 06, 2018

Last April, my boyfriend, Brad, and I got bumped from a flight and each received $1,000 vouchers. We’d always been interested in Buenos Aires, so we planned a trip to Argentina. Gauchos! Tango! Steak! Jews!

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Wednesday 05/30/2018
Phoenix Comic Fest features William Shatner, other Jewish celebrities
Posted: May 30, 2018

“Discover your inner geek” was the official tagline for Memorial Day weekend’s Phoenix Comic Fest — formerly Phoenix Comicon — the city’s largest annual celebration of science fiction, comic books and a host of other cultural products from manga and microzines to the latest in virtual-reality gaming.

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Wednesday 05/09/2018
First-person: mission to Morocco
Posted: May 09, 2018

Danielle Gross is a first-year member of Jewish Federations of North America’s National Young Leadership Cabinet. She joined the national cabinet through her work with Jewish Federation of Greater Phoenix’s NowGen program, which engages Jewish adults in their 20s through 40s in philanthropy, connections to community and leadership.

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Author Annabelle Gurwitch talks family, Jewish identity during recent Valley visit
Posted: May 09, 2018

The book “Wherever You Go, There They Are” opens with author Annabelle

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Wednesday 04/25/2018
Seven Jewish podcasts to add to your rotation
Posted: April 25, 2018

We’re living in a golden age of podcasts. Think of just about any topic and there’s a good chance there’s a podcast on it. From the podcast institutions like “This American Life,” “Serial” and anything NPR does to more niche shows about an exploration of Baltimore’s history through the lens of its black residents or hourlong analyses of each episode of “Buffy the Vampire Slayer,” podcasts are an increasingly popular form of news, entertainment, history and information.

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Wednesday 04/04/2018
Israeli film ‘Abulele’ gets US release
Posted: April 04, 2018

Ten-year-old Adam is lonely. At home, in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Givat Massuah, his parents — still grieving for Adam’s older brother, who died in a car accident a year ago — barely notice him as he gathers his things and leaves.

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The Valley’s Ben Sinclair dishes on the story behind his hit HBO show
Posted: April 04, 2018

Growing up in Scottsdale, Ben Sinclair was active in Temple Kol Ami’s youth group and even served as a counselor at a Jewish summer camp in California. So how did this nice Jewish boy end up selling pot in Brooklyn?

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