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Amir Eden Joins Ofek Online School  Amir Eden has started a position as an online Hebrew and Israel’s history educator at Ofek Online School of the Israeli American Council. Amir previously taught at Tucson Hebrew Academy as its Hebrew and Judaic teacher. He holds a B.A in Political Science and International Relations from Florida Atlantic…

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JLTV Premiering Children’s Program “Rhythm ‘N Ruach”

Jewish Life Television/JLTV proudly announces the addition of the children’s program “Rhythm ‘N Ruach” to its weekend morning line-up. Joining the animated series “Bible Stories for Kids,” which is distributed by Chip Taylor Communications, “Rhythm ‘N Ruach” is an original production of Joyful Judaism Productions and is making its television premiere on Jewish Life Television…

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Maple-Zaatar Rainbow Carrots

This Shabbat side dish is always a hit! Ingredients: 2 pounds rainbow carrots – washed, peeled and dried 1-2 teaspoon kosher or sea salt 1 tablespoon chopped rosemary 1 teaspoon Zaatar seasoning rosemary branches for garnish Marinade: 1/4 cup maple syrup  (Walden Farms has a good non-sugar variety) 2 tablespoons dark brown sugar or honey…

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Valley Start-Up Acquires Its First Shopping Center

David Malin is no stranger to retail real estate. He was vice president of development and acquisitions at Vestar, a company nationally recognized as a leader in the acquisition, management and development of retail real estate. He is now CEO and founder of Scottsdale Development Partners and has acquired his first shopping center, The Shops…

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Holocaust Survivor Develops Unique Online Curriculum

ZACHOR Holocaust Remembrance Foundation, a national non-profit organization founded by Holocaust Survivor, Ben Lesser, that is dedicated to ensuring the remembrance of the Holocaust, is thrilled to announce the launch of ZACHOR Holocaust Curriculum (ZHC). ZHC is available immediately via zachorlearn.org, for free, to school districts, schools, teachers, students and history enthusiasts. ZACHOR Holocaust Curriculum…

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Tucson reporter shares “Confessions”

Matthew Schwartz always had writing a book on his bucket list, but with his full-time job as an investigative reporter with KVOA News 4 Tucson, he figured it would have to wait until he was retired. Then in 2014, he received some valuable advice. He spoke to a group from Arizona Mystery Writers when the…

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Creative Aging Classes via ZOOM

Jewish Family & Children’s Service is offering a new session of its popular Creative Aging classes for people age 60+ beginning in August.  All classes have been moved to ZOOM for the safety of our participants. Not familiar with ZOOM? We can help – just let us know! Dance Through the Decades Tuesdays – 11-12…

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