If you asked Shlomo Pri-tal 30 years ago what his retirement would look like, he never would have imagined it would include making glass art.
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At a companywide training session last month for members of Mid-Atlantic Media’s editorial department, I delivered my standard charge to the editors and writers who had gathered around the large conference table in a suburb of Baltimore, Maryland. Jewish community journalists have a duty to …
Regular readers of Jewish News may have noticed a financial theme in this space the past few weeks (“A closer look at allocations year-over-year,” Jewish News, April 22, and “Is $3.5M campaign the new normal?” Jewish News, April 29). Yet, unlike those columns classified as “need to know” bec…
As we leave 2015 and prepare for 2016, we wanted to take a moment to look back at the past year to see which local stories drew the most people to our website, jewishaz.com. Here is the top 10, leading up to the most viewed story.
Jewish News will soon be introducing a “paywall” and we wanted to tell you why we’re doing it and how it will work, so let’s start with the why and move our way into the how.