Rabbi Albert Plotkin has appeared in the pages of Jewish News countless times since his arrival in Phoenix in 1955, both as a contributor and as the subject of many stories. Here is a selection of articles in our online archives that feature him prominently; he is mentioned hundreds of other times, as well, both in the archives and in the pages of our earlier issues.

Phoenix's early days

Local Jewish history comes alive on the Web

A rabbi's view of historical Jewish Phoenix

Cutler-Plotkin Jewish Heritage Center

Heritage center secured

Interfaith work

Rabbi lays out common ground in new book

Arizona State University

Flourishing in the desert

Yearbook memories

Sedona synagogue

Sedona synagogue celebrates Plotkins

Plotkin provided inspiration to Sedona

Sylvia Plotkin Judaica Museum

Cultural controversy

Plotkin to head museum

Rebbitzin's museum legacy spans nearly four decades

Fresh start


Past holds message for future

Rabbi's touch brightens community

A Phoenix pioneer

Plotkin: a one-of-a-kind rabbi

A rabbi for the ages

Rabbi Plotkin

A student's eulogy for her teacher

Shalom, chaver

Memories of Rabbi Albert Plotkin


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