Philadelphia Jewish Voice

December/January 2009/2010

Top Stories
• Flawed Health Care
• Steinberg Prize

• Beaufort: A Novel

In Their Own Words
• Joe Hoeffel

• Tu B'Shevat

• Two Leaders Honored

• Jewish Genealogy

Living Judaism
• Aviva Kempner
• Vaccinations & Judaism
• New Jewish Press
• Thing or It?

The Kosher Table
• 8 Nights of Hanukkah

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Len Barrack, Esq., president of the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia; President Bill Clinton, keynote speaker at the Hilton City Avenue Tuesday night, December 8, to speak to 750 members of the Jewish community; and Mark Fishman, Federation Campaign Chairman. More than $3 million was pledged to further Federation programs here and abroad. (Photo: Bonnie Squires)

A Personal Perspective
A look at the flawed health care system.

Jacobs $1 Million Prize for Research
Winner: Temple University's Dr. Laurence Steinberg.

Beaufort: A Novel
War is a combination of boredom and hell.


Joe Hoeffel
Democratic Candidate for Governor.

Tu B'Shevat
How to celebrate this ancient holiday in present day Philadelphia?.

Jewish Labor Committee Honors Two Leaders
Senator Casey and CEO, Kosher Empire Foods.

Jewish Genealogy
Report from the Genealogy Conference

Aviva Kempner
Filmaker Extraordinaire

Vaccinations and Judaism
Permitted? Optional? Forbidden?

New Jewish Publishing House
Reclaiming Judaism Press offers first book.

Thing or It?
To see as God sees.


Eight Nights of Hanukkah
Eight Fried Treats.

U.S. Ambassador James Cunningham and Defense and Air Attache Colonel Richard Burgess took part in the dedication ceremony for a JNF-sponsored September 11 monument and Living Memorial at the entrance to Jerusalem (in the surrounding forest) on Thursday, November 12, 2009. The event drew a crowd of 150-200 participants, including former Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.

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