In the last six years, I along with my husband and kids have lived in many different cities. In part its due to my husband’s profession; having been in the entertainment field for over 20 years, its just a way of life. Moving away from Orange County a few years ago was the hardest...
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Israel’s prime minister decided not to relocate the site of a new protected emergency room in southern Israel despite the presence of ancient graves.
Benjamin Netanyahu announced the decision Monday, a day after Israel’s Cabinet gave him the authority to determine whether or not to...
January 20, 2005 | 7:00 pm
Are you part of an outgoing, talkative, loud Jewish family? And are you looking for a new place to live? And are you dying to have the whole experience air on national TV?
Then consider applying for the WB's upcoming "The Relocation Show." The new reality show (produced by RDF...
August 5, 2004 | 8:00 pm
On July 18, Prime Minister Ariel Sharon festively proposed to "all the Jews of France" "to move to Israel immediately ... because in France today, one of the wildest forms of anti-Semitism is spreading."
Sharon is wrong -- not in his concern about a real rise in anti-Semitism in...
December 4, 2003 | 7:00 pm
This month, as I started my work with the American Jewish Committee (AJC), my wife's father, Sol, celebrated his 90th birthday with his friends at Leisure World of Laguna Woods. Like many of us, Sol is a transplant to Orange County from Brooklyn, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and...
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