Daily Archives: September 1, 2012

Publishers’ Message

“What binds us together is far more significant than what divides us.” This familiar expression is probably more relevant today than ever. And with the launch of our first issue of Arizona Jewish Life, those words truly resonate. It has been a journey to learn about the history of Jewish Arizona as well as the…

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Arizona twins revolutionize ticket buying

In the early 1980s, 14-year-old twins Bob and Mike Bernstein went to the ballpark and learned how opportunity knocks when scarcity calls. Their father had financed his youth buying and selling tickets in New York City. Now living in Scottsdale, the Phoenix Suns game seemed the right time to pass on the trade. “He brought…

Apples and honey and kids, Oh my!

The Days of Awe are an auspicious time of year for parents to connect with their children. The contrast of Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur and the days of reflection that bind them together present parent and child alike with a profusion of opportunities for joy, growth and togetherness. Here are some fun ways to…

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A New Generation Steps Up

Dor l’dor – generation to generation – weaves a common thread through our young Jewish leaders’ profiles. For leaders raised with cherished experiences at Jewish summer camps and youth programs, their involvement continues lifelong friendships, family ties and traditions. For Jews by choice who have taken on leadership roles, their involvement has yielded the unique…

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Page Turner

After hitting the New York Times best seller list with all 16 of his novels, mystery author and attorney Phillip Margolin is eager to publish the historical novel he has worked on for 30 years. “It’s the best thing I’ve ever written,” says Margolin of the yet-to-be named novel due to be published by HarperCollins…

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