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The American Jewish Press Association announced in June that The Dayton Jewish Observer is the recipient of two first-place 2017 Simon Rockower Awards for Excellence in Jewish Journalism. The three-part series, Black/Jewish relations from the Dayton riots through desegregation, received the award for Journalistic Excellence in American Jewish History; LGBT-friendly

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Sketch for original Broadway set of Fiddler on the Roof By Boris Aronson.
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Dayton Playhouse and the Miami Valley Symphony Orchestra will present a fully-staged concert version of the musical Fiddler on the Roof on Friday, Oct. 28 and Saturday, Oct. 29 at 8 p.m.; and Sunday, Oct. 30 at 2 p.m. at Dayton Masonic Center. Based on Jewish folklorist Sholem Aleichem’s stories

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In September, The Ohio Society of Professional Journalists announced that Marshall Weiss, editor and publisher of The Dayton Jewish Observer, is the recipient of its 2013 first-place award for Best Religion Reporting in the category of newspapers with circulation below 75,000. Weiss won the award for his July 2012 piece

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Dayton Jewish Observer Editor and Publisher Marshall Weiss received two first-place awards from the American Jewish Press Association at its annual conference. AJPA announced the winners of its 2013 Simon Rockower Awards for Excellence in Jewish Journalism in  Seattle on June 26. Weiss received the first-place award for Excellence in

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By Marshall Weiss, Editor and Publisher The Dayton Jewish Observer The breadth and depth of the Dayton area’s offerings to commemorate the Holocaust this year rival those of the largest cities in America. When details about these programs started to trickle in here, I began to wonder: In our small

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How the Great Dayton Flood shifted the course of Jewish life here By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer For nearly three days, the Israel family huddled on the roof and in the attic of their home, 241 Sycamore St. in Dayton. Trapped above the waters March 23-25 during the

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