How 9 Objects Tell Story of Early Jewish Philadelphia

The story of Jewish Philadelphia is one of immigrant hardship and breakthrough success. Julia M. Klein tells it through 9 objects and images.

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Haute Middle Eastern Cuisine Arrives in New Jersey

An Israeli chef trained in top spots around the world brings his notable talent to Novo, where sophisticated authenticity reigns.

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How Ann Weiss Restored Humanity to the Victims of Auschwitz

Nearly thirty years ago, journalist Ann Weiss toured Auschwitz. What she discovered there has become a life’s work for the author of ‘The Last Album: Eyes from the Ashes of Auschwitz-Birkenau.’

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12 Things You May Not Know About Jewish Superheroes

It’s Natioanl Superhero Day! Here are 12 things you may not know about your favorite comic book icons — and the Jews who created ‘em.

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How Do You Say 'Uppercut' in Yiddish?

Who says Jews don’t know how to fight? We’ve been quite adept at defending ourselves — and a new exhibit at YIVO delves into the colorful Yiddish lexicon that describes how it’s done.

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