Missouri

Endless Highway

12/08/2009
Managing Editor

“Away, I’m bound away,  ‘Cross the wide Missouri.” — “Shenandoah,” American folk song

Endless Highway

12/08/2009
Managing Editor

“Away, I’m bound away,  ‘Cross the wide Missouri.” — “Shenandoah,” American folk song

Endless Highway

Managing Editor
12/08/2009
“Away, I’m bound away,  ‘Cross the wide Missouri.” — “Shenandoah,” American folk song

‘Wake-Up Call’ For The Denominations

12/07/2007
Staff Writer
The product of a Modern Orthodox home and a longtime resident of Boston, Yehuda Kurtzer reached an important spiritual decision while he was living in Washington, D.C., for a while three years ago. He and his wife, Stephanie Ives, had become active in the D.C. Minyan, an independent prayer group that meets in the capital’s Dupont Circle area, and wanted to start a similar minyan when he moved back to Boston with her for graduate school. “We knew we had to have something like this in Boston,” Kurtzer says. Today they do.

Crayons And Buttons:The New ‘Paper Clips’ ...

04/17/2009
Staff Writer
t’s the second generation of “Paper Clips.” A decade after the project conducted by middle school students in rural Tennessee to collect six million paper clips — in memory of the Jewish victims of the Holocaust — caught the public’s attention and became the subject of a 2004 documentary, several Jewish institutions are conducting their own collection drives. This time, it’s crayons and buttons. This time, it’s for the 1.5 million Jewish children who perished in the Shoah.

Manners And Morals

01/15/1999
Staff Writer
The new year is bringing with it a slew of new interfaith news and events. Perhaps the most critical issue involves the nasty political environment in Washington, D.C., and the Senate impeachment trial of President Clinton. A coalition of Christian, Muslim and Jewish religious leaders are strongly criticizing what they say is the deplorable lack of political civility in the nation's capitol and on television and radio talks shows.

Crayons And Buttons:The New ‘Paper Clips’ ...

04/14/2009
Staff Writer
It’s the second generation of “Paper Clips.” A decade after the project conducted by middle school students in rural Tennessee to collect six million paper clips — in memory of the Jewish victims of the Holocaust — caught the public’s attention and became the subject of a 2004 documentary, several Jewish institutions are conducting their own collection drives. This time, it’s crayons and buttons. This time, it’s for the 1.5 million Jewish children who perished in the Shoah.
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