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WashingtonJewishWeek Feb 14
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On education: "I've seen in communities across the country ordinary people doing extraordinary things locally, in small towns and in small communities there are people doing great things with one another regardless of their differences."
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WashingtonJewishWeek Feb 14
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Schultz took a question on climate change, called for further investment in renewable energy, and then quickly pivoted to the deficit.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Feb 14
Protestors Mike McLaughlin and Nancy Leeds outside where Howard Schultz will be making a stop on his book tour in just a few minutes.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Feb 8
Meet Silver Spring resident and veteran Herman Zeitchik who was honored at .
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WashingtonJewishWeek Feb 7
A year after a demographic study of the region revealed that the largest segment of the population lives in , institutions there are hoping that with more attention comes more funding.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Feb 5
Rabbi Gil Steinlauf hired as next rabbi of in Rockville.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Jan 9
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"You can move our synagogue all you want but you can't move it out of the District." Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton tells the crowd.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Jan 9
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"I remember welcoming President Grant to the synagogue back in 1876. And what a treat it was to have him in Ward 2." - Ward 2 Councilmember Jack Evans
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WashingtonJewishWeek Jan 9
"May God bless you in your comings, and may God always bless you in your goings." Rabbi Aaron Alexander blesses the new Capital Jewish Museum building (Adas Israel's original building) as it moves to it's new location at 3rd & F.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Jan 4
You're doing great work
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WashingtonJewishWeek Jan 4
Hebrew Free Loan Association is offering $2,000 loans to furloughed federal workers.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Dec 10
Montgomery County Executive lights the menorah Sunday at Chabad of Upper Montgomery County.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Nov 14
The relationship between Josh Lopez and Rabbi Shmuel Herzfeld is a far cry from last spring, when the D.C. Council was engulfed in controversy after Council member Trayon White Sr. claimed that the Jewish Rothschild family controlled the weather.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Oct 31
Something needs to change.
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WashingtonJewishWeek Oct 29
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Recap of the night's interfaith service at (via ). See this week's issue for full coverage.
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Jared F Oct 29
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Tonight at with clergy from across the Washington region
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WashingtonJewishWeek Oct 29
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Rev. Tim Warner of Emory Grove United Methodist Church in Gaithersburg asks those in attendance to "leave this place and love somebody like you've never loved them before."
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WashingtonJewishWeek Oct 29
Gov. mentions swastika incident at just weeks ago. "Hatred has no home in the Commonwealth of Virginia."
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WashingtonJewishWeek Oct 29
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"I say on behalf of all of us in Washington DC: we love you, we mourn with you, and we are sorry our nation let you down Saturday." -
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WashingtonJewishWeek Oct 29
Maryland Governor Larry Hogan, Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, Mayor Muriel Bowser, Rep. Eleanor Holmes Norton, Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax are all in attendance.
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