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The younger generation's eyeballs roll when I get up at weddings, bar mitzvahs and bat mitzvahs to offer a toast to a great-grandmother even the oldest guests never met, but who enabled us to be together. Yet I'd bet that my children and grandchildren...
Rabbi Sheldon J. Harr, who with a handful of families founded Temple Kol Ami in Plantation 37 years ago, is retiring. A relaxed Harr celebrated with members of the Reform synagogue at a Friday night service attended by his former assistant rabbis, who...
ReutersBy Tom Heneghan, Religion Editor BUDAPEST, May 14 (Reuters) - When Hungarian radical right-wingers rallied against a Jewish conference in Budapest in early May, a well-known Protestant pastor hid behind the stage while his wife stepped up to the podium...
Tags: Elections, Hungary, Roman Catholicism, Christianity, Reformed
Reuters(Steven Brill is a Reuters columnist but his opinions are his own.) By Steven Brill May 14 (Reuters) - THE COMMENCEMENT SPEECH MARKET It's my guess that the most sought-after commencement speaker this season is former Secretary of State Hillary...
The Indiana Department of Education released a list of schools receiving the 4-Star designation for 2013, including many local ones. To receive the designation, a school must be in the top 25th percentile of schools in ISTEP testing results, according to...
Tags: Middle Schools, Schools, High Schools
Two private Jewish schools in Baltimore will close at the end of the school year after plans for a new, combined school failed to get off the ground. Boards of the Day School at Baltimore Hebrew, a kindergarten through eighth grade school, and The...
TALLAHASSEE -- Gov. Rick Scott was following a well-read playbook when he campaigned in 2010 to kick-start the economy in part with deep property-tax cuts. It just didn't come off as scripted. Capping out-of-control property-tax spikes was once a...
Tags: Barack Obama, Elections, Credit and Debt, Conservation, Students
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court gave a victory to Monsanto and other makers of patented seeds Monday, ruling they can prohibit farmers from growing a second crop from their genetically engineered seeds. In a unanimous decision, the court said the...
As we recently celebrated the 45th anniversary of the federal Fair Housing Act, it is significant to note that the Baltimore and Washington, D.C. metropolitan regions are among the most segregated in America. Last month, the Lawyers' Committee for Civil...
— This capital city is like all other capital cities: It is about power and reach. In this one, it's done over tea. Small glasses of tea. The foam cups offered in America would be considered barbaric. Turkish hospitality requires that you can't...
The Baltimore SunWhy doesn’t Baltimore’s schools CEO need teaching experience, like other superintendents in the state? It was a question on the mind of many education observers last week, after hearing that the city’s schools chief is not bound by the...
WASHINGTON — Can a public high school hold its graduation ceremony in a local church? The Supreme Court has been pondering that question in its private conference for six weeks, discussing whether to take up a Wisconsin case that could reset the...
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