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Dayton

By Marc Katz, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer As you might expect, a book entitled A Gastroenterologist’s Guide to Gut Health: Everything You Need to Know About Colonoscopy, Digestive Diseases, and Healthy Eating, lends itself to some bathroom humor. Even Dr. David Novick, the author of the book, initially leaned

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Abigail Pogrebin
Dayton

By Judy Bolton-Fasman, jewishboston.com Eighteen holidays. Fifty-one rabbis. One calendar year. Welcome to Abigail Pogrebin’s pursuit of Jewish knowledge and spirituality, as presented in her new book. My Jewish Year: 18 Holidays, One Wondering Jew grew out of a compelling series called My Year of Living Jewishly that Pogrebin published

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Rachel Haug Gilbert
Dayton

with Rachel Haug Gilbert, The Dayton Jewish Observer Dr. Allan Katz was inducted as an Air Force Research Fellow at a ceremony held at the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force. Allan leads the Materials and Manufacturing Directorate program to develop ceramic matrix composites capable of operating in turbine

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latkes
Dayton

By Rabbi Joshua Ginsberg, Beth Abraham Synagogue If latkes could talk, what would they tell us? The Latke Song, a fun tune by the late Debbie Friedman, channels everyone’s favorite Chanukah food, and answers this very question. You can hear many covers of this popular song on YouTube. Latkes, Yiddish

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Jacob's Dream by William Blake, circa 1805.
Dayton

Turning to Spirituality Series Jewish Family Education with Candace R. Kwiatek, The Dayton Jewish Observer Soul mate. Lost soul. Good for the soul. Sell one’s soul. Despite today’s rampant secularism, there’s a lot of “soul searching” going on in science, religion, philosophy, and daily life. Google the word “soul” and

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By Marc Katz, Special To The Dayton Jewish Observer Since Lipman Pike was the first known professional Jewish baseball player, and he began his career in 1871, he’s certainly a good place to begin a discussion of baseball cards featuring Jewish players. This is the opening pitch for The Jewish

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Spicy Seared Salmon with Gochujang Sauce
Dayton

By Megan Wolf, JTA The holidays are a wonderful time to share meals with friends and family — but must they be heavy and calorie filled? For Chanukah, this simple and tasty Asian-inspired menu uses oil per the holiday tradition, but it’s low in calories and rich in flavors, colors

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Dayton

By Samantha Ferraro, The Nosher Every year I create a new latke recipe for the Chanukah season. Potatoes are so last year, but roots and vegetables are trending now. Plantain chips are among my favorite treats; put a bag in front of me and it’s over. I blame my East

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Dayton

Look for The Adventures of Bark Mitzvah Boy each month in The Dayton Jewish Observer and at this site.   To read the complete December 2017 Dayton Jewish Observer, click here.

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Dayton

Mike Alan Bondurant, age 54 of Xenia, passed away Nov. 3. Mr. Bondurant attended Miami East High School and MVCTC. He was employed by Ernst Concrete and formerly by Moraine Materials for more than 28 years. Mr. Bondurant is survived by his wife of more than 22 years, Jaime (Alpert)

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