Brussels Jewish Museum opens its doors four months after shooting
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North Korea sentences U.S. citizen Matthew Miller to six years hard labor
Auschwitz guard, now 93, charged with 300,000 counts of accessory to murder
Samantha Vinik helps youngsters protect their hearing
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Marc B. Haefele
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"Whether politicizing nature is altogether wise is something we shall learn."
-- W.H. Auden
I first saw Joan Baez sitting on the floor of a farmhouse living room near my high school, and she was playing guitar and singing like an angel. Her black hair, "like a raven's wing," hung...
March 30, 2006 | 7:00 pm
Jorge Telerman, 49-year-old former journalist, professor and Argentine ambassador to Cuba, wanted someday to be mayor of Buenos Aires.
"But not this way," he told a friend recently.
As deputy mayor, it was Telerman's fate to be promoted to that post two weeks ago, after a local...
March 3, 2005 | 7:00 pm
By what criteria should Jewish voters select Los Angeles' next mayor? The March 8 election is looming as a referendum on first-term incumbent James K. Hahn.
As professor Raphael J. Sonenshein of California State University, Fullerton noted in an earlier Jewish Journal column,...
February 24, 2005 | 7:00 pm
For most L.A. City Council members, the March municipal election is less a race than a stroll in the park. Mayor Jim Hahn faces four serious challengers, but just before the December filing deadline, it seemed that the only serious council race was in the Westside's 11th District,...