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Ellen Bressler Mills passed away Friday, Feb. 10, 2017. She was preceded in death by a son, Robert Field; her parents, Frances and Jake Bressler;... [Read More]
It's 6:30 in the morning, and I can hear my purple running shoes and my red socks with little white hearts calling my name: "Shaindleh,... [Read More]
Serving as Emory University's student body president, Max Zoberman has some lofty goals for the new school year. A native of Fort Lauderdale, Fla., Zoberman... [Read More]
A delegation from the Western Galilee Cluster is visiting Sandy Springs 11 months after Mayor Rusty Paul, City Council member Andy Bauman and others traveled... [Read More]
When it comes to treating drug addiction, genetics can play a major role. The genetic factor hasn't been used in treatment plans, but that's changing... [Read More]
Lately I've found myself disconnected, with my daily responsibilities of children and home and part-time work consuming my time. This column, which is supposed to... [Read More]
In the 1950s and '60s, roughly 1 million Mizrahim (Eastern Jews) emigrated to Israel. Not only dramatically increasing the young country's population, they also brought... [Read More]
The rector of the Episcopal church just around the corner from Temple Sinai is leaving Sandy Springs, but Rabbi Ron Segal is confident that the... [Read More]
How Islamic State came to be the West's No. 1 terrorist threat and how the United States should respond will surely be debated during the... [Read More]
Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2001, began with the regular morning meeting to discuss that day's news. The president of the United States was traveling to Florida,... [Read More]
Above: The under-40 crowd mixes with the over-65-million crowd at the Fernbank. More than 550 people attended the annual Signature Event, organized by the Jewish... [Read More]
Photo:  Jesse Itzler fascinates the audience with an animated presentation. (Photo by Sara Vogt) Atlanta superathlete, author and entrepreneur Jesse Itzler dazzled a rapt crowd of... [Read More]
Beer lovers in Georgia have smiled a lot more since the state General Assembly approved the sale of high-gravity craft brews in 2004. [Read More]
Congregation Beth Tefillah ended Congregation B'nai Torah's nine-year reign in Atlanta synagogue softball with a 9-8, eight-inning win in the A-league championship game Monday, Sept.... [Read More]
Former Johns Creek High School and Georgia Tech teammates Brandon Gold and Matthew Gorst ended their first regular seasons as professional baseball pitchers on opposite... [Read More]
In a concerted effort to curtail addiction to opioids, an Atlanta pain specialist is taking a tough approach with patients who demand painkillers. "I've swung... [Read More]
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Guest Column by Ed Rappaport I am writing to express my great offense at Jeff Kunkes' column "Do Democrats Really Like Jews?" in the Aug. 12... [Read More]
The Marcus Jewish Community Center, Jewish Family & Career Services and the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta are holding the fall Senior Day from 10... [Read More]
By Rich Walter Palestinian Authority Foreign Minister Riyad al-Malki, on behalf of PA President Mahmoud Abbas, recently announced that the Palestine Liberation Organization was making... [Read More]
By Rabbi Marc Howard Wilson Compared with the bellicose religious right, we moderate and liberal clergy have been conspicuously silent about a presidential campaign that... [Read More]
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