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Ari L. Goldman
June 3, 1999 | 7:59 pmDuring my visit to a refugee camp in Macedonia with a group of 16 American Jews last week, a waif-like girl wearing a dusty black-and-red parka stood on her toes to peer into my notebook.
July 10, 1997 | 8:00 pmAnn Terrick, the rabbi's secretary, said that her boss wasn't taking calls but that she would dial him anyway. It's been a little more than two months since Rabbi Isaiah Zeldin, 77, was felled by a mild heart attack, but his voice booms through the receiver as he picks up the phone....
June 19, 1997 | 8:00 pm
Setting a Conciliatory Tone
By Ari L Goldman
Yossef Kanefsky and Ed Feinstein belong to an emerging generation of brash, younger Los Angeles rabbis who are distinguishing themselves by enthusiastically -- and openly -- embracing Jews who hold dramatically different beliefs.
June 12, 1997 | 8:00 pmWhat's the biggest problem facing today's high school graduate? Separating fantasy from reality. And television is the culprit.
That's the view of Steven Carr Reuben, the rabbi of Kehillath Israel in Pacific Palisades, who specializes in teaching parents how to raise ethical children...