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Gloucester Township resident combines love of dogs and cooking

MEET STEFANIE BATURIN…

FAMILY: Parents Jill and Jay, brothers Michael (wife Danielle) and Brian, dog Gabby (Gabrielle, Princess of Winslow) FAVORITE ANIMALS: Dogs & elephants FAVORITE DOG BREED: English Springer Spaniel FAVORITE MOVIES FEATURING ANIMALS: “March o More...

Committee gearing up for ABC Festival

Andrea Ehrlich (left), Arts, Books & Culture volunteer; Leslie Garonzik Katz (center), Festival vice chair; and Debbie Drachman, Book Selection co-chair, are gearing up for the Silver Anniversary More...

TALK TO US…

‘Who’s news?’ will appear on this page of every issue of the Voice. Does anyone you know belong here? More...

Mideast

Using seismic vibrations, Israeli tech firm aims to detect Hamas terrorist tunnels

OR YEHUDA, Israel—Something that looks like a can of soda could be Israel’s high-tech answer to the network of tunnels that Hamas has created under the Gaza border.  More...

Israel lowering interest rates

Israel’s central bank is reducing its interest rate to an all-time low to counteract a foundering economy due in part to the Gaza military operation.  The Bank of Israel said that it was dropping the rate to 0.25 for September. More...

Time magazine takes back charge

Time magazine retracted allegations that Israeli soldiers harvested and sold Palestinian organs.  More...

Life Cycles

Engagement:

BALL-HERRON

Ruth and Paul Herron of Cherry Hill and Karen and Michael Ball of Coral Springs, FL announce the engagement of their children, Seth Michael Herron and Allison Stacy Ball.  More...

Do It!

Calendar

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 4 POMEGRANATE GUILD OF JUDAIC NEEDLEWORK DELAWARE VALLEY CHAPTER More...

Editorial

Buying Israeli products sends an anti-boycott message

The media of late is rife with images of angry mobs removing Israeli food and goods, or even kosher fare, from supermarket shelves in Great Britain. More...

DRY BONES…

Full Story

Jewish Catholic Muslim Dialogue mourns death of innocents

Our world is experiencing unacceptable violence and war across the Middle East and beyond. We, the Jewish Catholic Muslim Dialogue of Southern New Jersey, are united in our profound concern for the many civilian populations affected.  More...

Religion Column

Our obligation is to defend and protect those in danger

Parashat Ki Teitzei Deut. 21:10-25:19  More...

Special Sections

 

Bibi’s approval ratings, buoyed by war, are now plummeting

TEL AVIV— Israel’s war might be coming to an end, but Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s fight may only have just begun. More...

Voice at the Shore

Stockton European trip traces Holocaust history

The past life experiences of local Holocaust victims helped shape the itinerary of the recent Study Tour to Poland, Lithuania and Germany sponsored by The Sara and Sam Schoffer Holocaust Resource Center of The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey. More...

ORT & Federation help Israeli children

Shelly Taroff (left), president of Oceanview ORT, presents a check for $1,000 to Kirk Wisemayer, acting executive director of Jewish Federation of Atlantic & Cape May Counties, for World ORT&rsqu More...

Israeli straightforwardness makes lasting impression

Voice shore correspondent More...

World News

Pro-Israel groups condemn Temple attack

A dozen pro-Israel groups issued a joint statement deploring the attack on a Jewish student at Temple University and asking for the monitoring of a pro- Palestinian campus organization.  In their statement, the groups urged universities to monit More...

Settlement reached in wrongful conviction

Jabbar Collins, who was wrongly convicted of the 1994 murder of a New York City rabbi and spent 16 years in prison, received a $10-million settlement from the city.  More...

Famed Vishniac archive now available online

An archive of photographs taken by Roman Vishniac documenting the life of pre-Holocaust Eastern European Jews is available online.  The archive of the Russian-American photographer also documents the rise of the Nazis and the party’s effec More...

Obituaries

OBITUARIES

DR. SEYMOUR BLINDERMAN, of Maple Shade, died on Aug. 17. Husband of Annette Blinderman and the late Henrietta Blinderman. Father of Annette (Richard) Ozer, Julie (Gregg) Bannett and Leslie (Steven) Sirken. Step-father of Melissa (Jay) Margolis.  More...

Going Solo

Going Solo

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 15   SJ JEWISH SINGLES  Dinner at Ponzio’s Restaurant at 5:30 p.m. Separate checks. Call Judy at (609) 953- 8649.  FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 19   CONG. BETH EL  Singles Shabbat at 8 p.m. More...

Columns

As we take pride in Maccabi, we must help Israel recover

FEDERATION 411

As I write this article, I am filled with hope. Hope for the end of the conflict in Israel and hope for all of those living in Israel that their lives return to some form of normalcy.  More...

SJ teens focused on Jewish leadership at BBYO summer camps

BBYO BLOCK

As another summer comes to a close, it’s time to reflect on the amazing summer experiences that BBYO has to offer. More...

The rebbitzin’s recipes: Sweet dishes for a sweet Rosh Hashanah 5775

COOKING JEWISH

Rosh Hashanah marks the beginning of the new Jewish year. The High Holidays are a time of reflection of the past year and charting the course for the New Year. More...