Moving and shaking: Zimmer Children’s Museum, NJWLA thrift shops and more
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Robert Berger is a third-generation Angeleno who dares to do the unthinkable in Los Angeles.
He actually gets out of his car and studies old buildings.
Berger, an architectural photographer with Berger/Conser Architectural Photography, is interested in historic Los Angeles....
May 6, 2004 | 8:00 pm
Sunday, May 2 was also Big Sunday in Los Angeles, as 5,000 volunteers from more than 100 different synagogues, churches, Buddhist temples, schools and other groups participated in about 145 social service projects around the region.
Temple Israel of Hollywood, which originated the...
September 11, 2003 | 8:00 pm
Jews for Jesus, Jews attending churches, low synagogue membership, astronomical rates of intermarriage -- as complex as these issues are, there is at least one remarkably simple and inexpensive solution to encouraging Jewish participation. It's called a warm greeting.
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