Peggy and Ed Robin created funds for their grandchildren that must be used for charitable purposes. Photo by Cyndi Bemel Like many doting grandparents, Peggy and Ed Robin have given their grandchildren small cash gifts over the years.
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Sharing tzedakah with the next generation
Barbara Driscoll, 82 WRENTHAM Barbara (Devlin) Driscoll, 82, of Wrentham, formerly of Hyannis, died Nov. 18, 2014. She was the wife of the late John J.
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If there was ever a time to get kosher or halal food in Pittsburgh while at the same time engaging in discussion about the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, this is it.
As CMU's Conflict Kitchen reopens, the discussion of Israeli-Palestinian hostilities continues
Freedom can be a two-edged sword, it seems. To speak against is liberty; to be spoken against is tyranny and racial injustice.
Hypocrisy & Bnai Brith
Reading Eagle: Tim Leedy | The Reading High School Vocal Company performs for a special senior citizens program at St. John’s UCC in Gibraltar in advance of their upcoming show later this month. Monday November 17, 2014 12:01 AM It was rainy outside, but sunny inside for nearly 50 senior citizens who stepped back in time to listen to the 1950s and 1960s songs of Leiber > > > > Continue
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Senior citizens enjoy vocal show by Reading High School students
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Published: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at 8:56 p.m. Last Modified: Wednesday, November 12, 2014 at 8:56 p.m. CITRUS CENTER KIWANIS MEETING Lakeland Breakfast buffet followed by business meeting
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Despite media cameras, reporters buzzing about, and a long line for service, Calvin Pollak sat at a table in Schenley Plaza over a steaming bowl of Conflict Kitchens Maftoul a Palestinian dish of couscous and slow-cooked chicken and chick peas. The restaurant reopened today after closing because of death threats it received on Saturday over negative perceptions over its Palestinian theme. I think what [Conflict Kitchen does] is amazing in giving a voice to victims of conflicts who are typically silenced, Pollak says.
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Conflict Kitchen re-opens, says Palestinian voices central to their project
PITTSBURGH – A takeout restaurant that serves food from countries with which the United States is at odds plans to reopen as police investigate a death threat that prompted its closure. Conflict Kitchen, a kiosk in Pittsburgh’s Schenley Plaza, announced on its website that it would reopen Wednesday. The restaurant closed Saturday, a day after police received a threatening letter
Pa. eatery to reopen after death threat