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Valley athletes shine at  Maccabiah Games

Valley athletes shine at Maccabiah Games

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The 12 Valley athletes who made up part of Team USA at the 20th annual Maccabiah Games have brought home a total of 14 medals.

Arizona Talking Book Library maintains the joys of reading

Arizona Talking Book Library maintains the joys of reading

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For most people, reading a book or magazine is an easy activity, but for those who are visually impaired or physically limited, reading can be an impossible task.

Local balloon artist helps create colorful, ‘sweet’ decor

Local balloon artist helps create colorful, ‘sweet’ decor

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In the days leading up to the 48th annual Chicago Pride Parade on June 25, a group of 44 balloon professionals from across the world worked around the clock creating colorful balloon decor in a hotel ballroom.

Out & About July 21, 2017

Out & About July 21, 2017

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This Community page features photos of community members around the Valley and the world. Submit photos and details each week to photos@jewishaz.com by 10 a.m. Monday.

AZJHS receives $12K grant from city of Phoenix

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For the second consecutive year, the Arizona Jewish Historical Society (AZJHS) has received a grant from the city of Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture.

Theater company allows individuals with special needs to hit the boards

Theater company allows individuals with special needs to hit the boards

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Twice a year, individuals with special needs from Gesher Disability Resources (formerly The Council for Jews With Special Needs), step onto the stage at the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts and take the spotlight.

New website launched for  East Valley Jews

New website launched for East Valley Jews

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The East Valley JCC has launched a website to provide a source of information about Jewish life in the East Valley.

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    Israeli student develops groundbreaking Parkinson’s test

    A doctoral student at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem has developed a new groundbreaking tool that could lead to earlier detection of Parkinson’s disease. Suaad Abd-Elhadi’s “lipid ELISA” test could also improve monitoring of the disease’s progression and a patient’s response to treatment. ELISA stands for enzyme-linked immunosorbent assay. As a result of his work, Abd-Elhadi received Hebrew University’s Kaye Innovation Award, which was established by British pharmaceutical industrialist Isaac Kaye in 1994.

  • Out & About: 7-14-2017

    Out & About: 7-14-2017

    This Community page features photos of community members around the Valley and the world. Submit photos and details each week to photos@jewishaz.com by 10 a.m. Monday.

  • Valley athletes shine at  Maccabiah Games

    Valley athletes shine at Maccabiah Games

    The 12 Valley athletes who made up part of Team USA at the 20th annual Maccabiah Games have brought home a total of 14 medals.