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Al Franken talks about Charlottesville at sold-out Phoenix even

Al Franken talks about Charlottesville at sold-out Phoenix even

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When Democratic Minnesota Sen. Al Franken took the stage at the Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix on Sunday, it came on the heels of the violence that erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia, during a “white unity” rally.

North African Jewish communities remain dedicated to building future

North African Jewish communities remain dedicated to building future

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Although the Jewish communities in Morocco and Tunisia may not be as large as they once were, they are bubbling with activity and their leaders are well-respected and dedicated to ensuring their future, according to Valerie Davis Allouche, American Jewish Joint Distribution Committee (JDC) senior program manager for the two North African Jewish communities.

Adoption, foster fellowship names second cohort

Adoption, foster fellowship names second cohort

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When Allison Borsuk applied for the YATOM Family Fellowship last year, she was considering adopting a child. She always knew she wanted to be a mother and, at age 38 and single, she decided to move forward with her plan.

Pardes begins its new school year

Pardes begins its new school year

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Classes started bright and early on Aug. 9 at Pardes Jewish Day School. The new head of school, Peter Gordon, was on hand to say hello to students and parents.

Out & About Aug. 18, 2017

Out & About Aug. 18, 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.

Calendar - Aug. 18, 2017

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  • New film honors little-known hero

    New film honors little-known hero

    Pinchas Rosenbaum, the real-life inspiration behind the new Holocaust drama, “Walking with the Enemy,” might not be particularly glad that a feature film was made about his life.

  • Adoption, foster fellowship names second cohort

    Adoption, foster fellowship names second cohort

    When Allison Borsuk applied for the YATOM Family Fellowship last year, she was considering adopting a child. She always knew she wanted to be a mother and, at age 38 and single, she decided to move forward with her plan.

  • Al Franken talks about Charlottesville at sold-out Phoenix even

    Al Franken talks about Charlottesville at sold-out Phoenix even

    When Democratic Minnesota Sen. Al Franken took the stage at the Orpheum Theatre in Phoenix on Sunday, it came on the heels of the violence that erupted in Charlottesville, Virginia, during a “white unity” rally.