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- I grew up in Irvine, California and began swimming at the age of five, played on the high school basketball team and become an All-American in water-polo. In 1998 I made an impact at the U.S.
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- The high, dim sanctuary was about a quarter full, perhaps 40 men scattered around the benches that ran the length of the room between the massively carved bimah and the red-curtained ark of the covenant, with 15 or so women peering down at us from the ...
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- Rabbis are not just in Sunday school and on the bimah.” Outside the summer, Herz and Assistant Camp Director David Kaplan travel on weekends to promote the camp. Herz said Atlanta is a frequent stop, including a recent event at a NFTY conference at ...
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- But for 89-year-old Freddy Rosehill and his best friends in Cork, there is just one subject of conversation these days: what to do with the four Torah scrolls and the bimah from their synagogue.
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- The old man stood in line, waiting to be called to the bimah (pulpit) to sing the prayer. “I saw this gentleman get up in the lineup, and I remember my whole body clutched,” Kontos told me.
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