The world has lost a towering fighter for human rights. Los Angeles and its Jewish community have lost one of its most important leaders of the last half century. And, I have lost my closest and oldest friend and comrade. For the last 40 years, my life was completely intertwined...
Tzav: Sharing with others
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LGBT Persian Jews live in changing times
Iranian Americans celebrate Nowruz at California State Assembly
A camp with a big heart
Congress members request funding for U.S.-Israel energy and water development
Skills-focused camp program takes summer to the ‘Max’
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The handling of the October hostage crisis in a Moscow theater is only one of the examples of a Russian attitude that is incomprehensible to the average Westerner.
Unquestionably, the rescue of the 750 or so hostages did prevent a probable blood bath. But Russian security forces...
March 28, 2002 | 7:00 pm
The New Melones Lake, a reservoir near the city of Modesto, is in a quiet, rural area in central California. The reservoir resembles a river more than a lake as it winds its way among the hills of Calaveras and Tuolumne counties.
The reservoir is a popular fishing area, but in the...