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The Dayton Chapter of Hadassah will present the virtual program Every Bite Counts! featuring Julie Ohana, who will discuss using food in therapy, and healthy foods to boost the immune system, via Zoom at 2 p.m., Sunday, Sept. 13. Ohana describes her cooking sessions as “Culinary Art Therapy,” using cooking

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By Bob Jacob, Cleveland Jewish News Victims of antisemitic or extremist hate or harassment in Ohio now have another avenue for recourse, thanks to the Anti-Defamation League’s regional office in Cleveland. The launch of the Ohio Legal Assistance Project allows victims to use attorneys on a pro bono basis to

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By Tim Carlin, Cleveland Jewish News Chabad at Miami University in Oxford, Ohio will move to a new, bigger space this fall. It’s renovating a former fraternity house near the campus which it hopes will be ready by the High Holy Days. The new space will include a library, kosher

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By Rakhel Silverman, Alma Last Rosh Hashanah, I snuck out of services, escaped to the bathroom, and broke my no-technology practice to turn on my phone. No, I didn’t need to do something for work. I wasn’t checking my Instagram feed. I was sending possibly the most important email I’d

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In a difficult time, welcome the new year with this easy recipe By Ronnie Fein, JTA Rosh Hashanah won’t be usual this year. Like many of you, my family won’t be getting together, so we’ll be setting the table for two, not 11. It’s disappointing because although we managed on

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A sweet tribute to a Sephardic Rosh Hashanah tradition By Tannaz Sassooni, The Nosher As a kid in Hebrew school, I learned that my classmates would have apples and honey and round challah at Rosh Hashanah to bring in the Jewish New Year, and that was pretty much it when

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An innovative Rosh Hashanah dessert By Dikla Frances, The Nosher Looking for an innovative way to incorporate apples into your Rosh Hashanah menu? Look no further than these meringue-topped apple pie bars. With layers of buttery pastry, cinnamon-scented apples and fluffy meringue, they’re sweet, toasty and sure to be a

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Look for The Adventures of Bark Mitzvah Boy each month in The Dayton Jewish Observer or at this site.     To read the complete September 2020 Dayton Jewish Observer, click here.

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With Scott Halasz, The Dayton Jewish Observer Jane and Dr. David Novick used Dayton MetroParks to help their daughter, Elana, regain strength after her recovery from Covid-19. Elana, who is developmentally-delayed and lives in a group home in a New York suburb, contracted Covid-19 in March. Jane went to New

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Our Dual Heritage Series Jewish Family Education with Candace R. Kwiatek, The Dayton Jewish Observer My father-in-law, Jack Kwiatek of blessed memory, loved to go to estate sales. At one such event he came across a blackened collection of small fluted cups. Nearby was an equally dingy genie bottle. A

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