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With Rachel Haug Gilbert, The Dayton Jewish Observer The city of Centerville proclaimed Feb. 21 as Ira Segalewitz Day, in honor of his 80th birthday. The proclamation cited the Holocaust survivor’s contributions as a volunteer with Temple Beth Or, as a docent at the National Museum of the U.S. Air

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New media entrepreneur Randi Zuckerberg will talk about living and giving Jewishly at the Jewish Federation Presidents Dinner. (Marvin Steindler Photography)
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By Danielle Berrin, Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles Two years after graduating from Harvard, Randi Zuckerberg received a job offer from her brother Mark — the founder of Facebook — to head up his company’s marketing. Today, she is an Internet entrepreneur, the founder of Zuckerberg Media, the author of

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Jew in the Christian world Family education with Candace R. Kwiatek, The Dayton Jewish Observer Jewish groups regularly meet to explore the Torah through traditional commentaries, archaeological and sociological information, historical writings, and modern interpretations. Unfamiliar with this methodology, many Christians express interest in biblical study accompanied by diverse —

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Look for The Adventures of Bark Mitzvah Boy each month in The Dayton Jewish Observer and at this site.     To read the complete April 2016 Dayton Jewish Observer, click here.

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Chef Paula Shoyer
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JNS.org Chef and bestselling author Paula Shoyer returns to JNS.org with recommendations that she guarantees will match the Passover culinary tradition while enlivening your Seder. A former attorney, Shoyer graduated from the Ritz Escoffier pastry program in Paris, and now teaches French and Jewish baking classes across the country and

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  The Jewish Internet with Mark Mietkiewicz, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer Passover humor? Is this some kind of joke? Actually, yes. Although Passover is more associated with maror (bitter herbs) than mirth, let’s look at the lighter side of the holiday of liberation. And what do we talk

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Four Questions
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Leshon Ima – Mother Tongue with Dr. Rachel Zohar Dulin, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer As the holiday of Pesach approaches, Jews around the world will prepare for their Seders. The Seder ritual is celebrated on the evening of the 14th of Nisan (and the 15th outside of Israel)

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Elliot David Burick, age 76, passed away Feb. 25 in Redding, Calif. Mr. Burick was a graduate of Fairview High School in Dayton, University of Wisconsin, and The Ohio State University Law School. He practiced law for 50 years in California. He was preceded in death by his grandparents, Rabbi

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Rabbi Karen Bodney-Halasz says she wants to help her congregants get to know each other better
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Thirteen years after she first arrived at Temple Israel, Karen Bodney-Halasz to become its next senior rabbi Story and Photos By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer Although she’s overseen Temple Israel’s religious school since 2003 and has served as assistant rabbi there since her ordination in 2007, Rabbi Karen

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Two-year-old Dawn Lerman with Grandma Beauty
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By Dawn Lerman, JNS.org In her recently published memoir, My Fat Dad: A Memoir of Food, Love, and Family, with Recipes, New York Times wellness blogger Dawn Lerman shares her food journey and that of her father, a copywriter from the Mad Men era of advertising. My maternal grandmother always

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