When theater producers Pierson Blaetz and Whitney Weston established Friends of Fairfax to help Fairfax High School in 1998, they came up with the Melrose Trading Post, a flea market held every weekend in the high school’s parking lot. But the annual $200,000 from the Trading Post...
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November 15, 2007 | 7:00 pmNaty Saidoff
It was Naty Saidoff's son, Josh, who inspired him to become active in Jewish causes.
When Josh attended Stanford seven years ago, he told his father there was no Jewish activism on behalf of Israel in Northern California.
"He made me aware of the fact that our Jewish...
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