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THE SURVIVORS' LAST STAND

Why Won't Those SOBs Give Me My Money?
by Si Frumkin

Unfinished Justice
A Conversation with Michael Bazyler

RJ Web Exclusive:
The Timeline of Holocaust Restitution Claims (PDF)

Riches to Rags
by Dasha Werdygier Rittenberg

 

JEWISH LIFE

Trendspotting: Opting for Israel
by Gabrielle Kaplan-Mayer

Passover: The Mystery of the Fifth Cup
by Simeon J. Maslin

Books: Reviews;
For Discussion
by Bonny V. Fetterman

Fiction Prize:
Introducing Scott Nadelson

Cooking: What Our Ancestors Knew about the Earth
by Tina D. Wasserman

Identity:
Camp Magic

by Sheryl Lechner

Synagogue:
After the Fall

by Mark S. Glickman

Europe Report: Flourishing in France
by Bernard Edinger

Spring 2008 cover SPRING '08 COVER STORY
Cracking the Code
DNA detectives reveal secrets about the Jewish past and imagine the future. A candid conversation with genetics author Jon Entine.

Online Exclusive:
Cracking the Code
Discussion Guide

The Discussion Guide by Dr. Alan D. Bennett features Jewish teachings, discussion questions, Big Ideas, a bibliography, and more.


FEATURE STORIES

Rabbi Eric H. Yoffie Solidarity in San Diego
Reimagining Shabbat
by Eric H. Yoffie

In a culture that draws no boundary between work and leisure, Shabbat observance is more critical than ever.
Solidarity in San Diego (PDF)
Photos by Michael Fox

The Union for Reform Judaism’s 69th General Assembly and the 46th Women of Reform Judaism Assembly convened 5,500 North American Reform Jews in San Diego...


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