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Political newcomer wants to become first millennial in U.S. Congress

MEET ALEX LAW…

FAMILY: Parents Peter and Nancy Law, brother Zach FAVORITE POLITICAL FIGURE: Robert Kennedy FAVORITE ACTOR: Daniel Day Lewis FAVORITE RESTAURANT: Kibitz Room FAVORITE JEWISH FOODS: Hamantaschen & pastrami sandwiches More...

Mitzvah Day at Temple Sinai

Temple Sinai’s Annual Mitzvah Day brings out the entire congregation on the Sunday before Martin Luther King Day. Members are committed to giving back to the community. More...

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Mideast

Few residents in the Palestinian city of the future

RAWABI, West Bank—Bashar Masri is not your typical billionaire real estate developer. More...

Holocaust survivor informed he’s oldest

A Holocaust survivor in Haifa is believed to be the oldest man in the world. Yisrael Kristal, 112, achieved that status after Yasutaro Koide of Japan, also 112, died, Haaretz reported. More...

Volunteers sift trash to find ring

A diamond engagement ring accidentally thrown in a garbage dumpster by a bride-to-be was recovered days after haredi Orthodox volunteers sifted through tons of garbage. More...

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Calendar

WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 3 TORAH LINKS OF SJ “Talmud 101” takes place every week from 8:30-9:30 p.m. Free and open to men in the community. Call 845-558-9997. Rabbi Panski leads an open discussion on all topics every week at 7:45 p.m. More...

Kid Stuff

Kid Stuff

FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 5 ADATH EMANU-EL Tu B’Shevat Scavenger Hunt for kids grades K-4 and their families at 6:30 p.m. RSVP to 608-1200. Family Shabbat at 7:30 p.m. Open to the community. Call 608-1200. More...

Voice Camp Guide 2016

CAMP GALIL Habonim Dror Camp Galilwww.campgalil.org215-832-0677 “The spirit of Kibbutz, close to home” More...

Columns

Thank you to our great Super Sunday chairs and to our entire community

FEDERATION 411

As we wrap up Super Week tomorrow, I want to thank our Super Sunday/Week Chairs who have worked so hard to make this year another resounding success. More...

Fall flew by with many exciting events—and spring awaits

BBYO BLOCK

With the New Year comes a new term for South Jersey Region BBYO. Our fall term flew by and here we are excited and ready for a fantastic spring. More...

Give the next generation the support they need

MONEY MATTERS

Providing financial scholarship awards is one of the many wonderful ways that the Jewish Community Foundation, Inc. helps the community, and the younger cohort of our Jewish community in particular. More...

New Jewish pres. at Stockton has impressive history

Dr. Harvey Kesselman, a member of Stockton’s very first class in 1971, assumed the role of university president on January 1. More...

Kellman Brown Academy announces change in its status

The leadership of Kellman Brown Academy has announced that the day school in Voorhees will be shifting its status from a Solomon Schechter Day School affiliated with the Conservative movement to a Jewish Community Day School. More...

Voice at the Shore

Avoda, a Jewish award for exceptional students, is now accepting applications

A year ago, Margate native Leana Reich had finished all of her college applications and was just starting her last semester of high school—a semester she had chosen to spend in Israel. More...

Stockton president is “extraordinarily grateful” for Jewish community support

Dr. Harvey Kesselman, Stockton University’s new president, recently spoke with Voice shore correspondent Ellen Weisman Strenger about matters of concern to the local Jewish community. More...

Shabbat Candlelighting Times for the Shore:

Friday, February 5 –5:05 p.m. Friday, February 12 –5:13 p.m. More...

Federation

You can see your dollars hard at work

JFund is the fund for Jewish living. It takes millions of dollars to meet the needs of our South Jersey Jewish community—and Jewish communities all around the world. And JFund helps to meet those needs. More...

Flower arranging event warms winter day

Our Lions of Judah recently gathered at the home of Co-chair Stephanie Cahn for afternoon tea and flower arranging. More...

Obituaries

OBITUARIES

FRANCES TUCKERMAN LOTSTEIN, 87, passed away on Jan. 23. Predeceased by her husband of 62 years, Leon Lotstein. More...

Going Solo

Going Solo

SUNDAY, FEBRUARY 7 SJ JEWISH SINGLES Brunch at Prospectors in Mt. Laurel at noon. RSVP to Judy at 609-953-8649. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 10 MOSAIC OUTDOOR More...

Editorial

Western Wall agreement is a groundbreaking compromise

After decades of conflict, leaders of Judaism’s three largest denominations reached a compromise on the future of prayer at the Western Wall. More...

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Religion Column

Torah teaches the dangers of following the crowd

Parashat Mishpatim Ex. 21:1-24:18 More...

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