Henry Tylbor, 79, Child Survivor of Ghetto Uprising

Henry Tylbor, one of the youngest survivors of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising and a survivor of Auschwitz and Budzin, died February 24 of complications from Parkinson’s disease. He was 79.


Citing Economy, New York’s Federation Slashes Jobs

The UJA-Federation of New York, the world’s largest local philanthropy, has fired 52 people, 11% of its total staff


A Fair Shake: Christian Salt Makes its Debut

Have you had a recipe call for Christian salt lately? By next week, you just might.


A Motherly Voice Rings On iPhones

‘Happy Hanukkah, bubbelah. Of course, I’d be happier if you had kids.”


King David’s NBC Premiere

The lowest-rated TV network has found religion. Beginning March 15, NBC will look to another well-known underdog, the Bible’s King David, to give its floundering prime-time schedule a boost. “Kings,” loosely inspired by the Old Testament hero, will debut in a two-hour premiere aimed at closing the network’s gap with Sunday night rivals, including ABC’s “Desperate Housewives” and the CBS series “The Amazing Race.”

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