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Kristallnacht, 80 years later - A German Community Confronts Its Past…and Makes Amends
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More than 400 rockets hit southern Israel in less than 24 hours, one killed
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Andrew Banoff, head of Jewish Senior Services, receives LeadingAge CT award
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FIDF dinner raises $300,000 – and surprises a Stamford couple
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What Israeli Chief Rabbi David Lau really said (and didn’t say) about the Pittsburgh shooting
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CT Jewish Ledger Nov 12
Chanukah Essay Contest - “What Chanukah Means to Me,”
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Jewish nurse showed compassion while caring for synagogue shooter
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Iowa Rep. Steve King ignores question about his worldview
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Mishkan Israel celebrates the installation of Rabbi Brian Immerman
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End of an era - Libby Glucksman packs up…and tells her story
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Letters to the Ledger: President Trump Doesn’t Deserve to Be Ridiculed
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What Israeli Chief Rabbi David Lau really said (and didn’t say) about the Pittsburgh shooting
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CT Jewish Ledger Nov 10
Temple Israel in Westport to screen “82 Names: Syria, Please Don’t Forget Us”
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CT Jewish Ledger Nov 10
Chanukah Essay Contest - “What Chanukah Means to Me,”
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