Noam Neusner thinks he has come up with the ideal solution to synagogue dues in “The Marketplace for Synagogues” at The Jewish Daily Forward. He suggests that we buy tickets from a Jewish Federation, which we would then turn in when we attend synagogue services. The synagogues,...
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Meet the new kosher consumer: No, it is not a rabbi with a beard down to his navel and payot that graze his shoulders, but practicing Seventh-day Adventist Kay Meager, a mother of three and a first-grade teacher at Conejo Adventist Elementary School. Meager's husband, Larry, is...
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Ancient Greek democracy created the "citizen." Renaissance Europe invented the "gentleman." Colonial America produced the "frontiersman." Each human civilization, it seems, fashions its own unique character type. And ours is no exception. Contemporary America has spawned the...