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Fallen Heroes

Remembering American Jewish Casualties of Operations Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, New Dawn and Freedom’s Sentinel This list of Fallen Soldiers was gathered by the National Museum of American Jewish Military History in Washington, D.C. Visit nmajmh.org/fallen-heroes/ to read more or download a PDF.    

Millennials: Stephanie J. Davis

Age: 25 Hebrew name: Shira Hannah Job: Operations coordinator at the Vilna Shul, Boston’s Center for Jewish Culture Hometown: Swampscott Currently living in: Cambridge Alma maters: Swampscott High School ’15, Marymount Manhattan College ‘19 Favorite foods: Mandu, momos, knishes, gyoza … anything in the dumpling family! Favorite movies: “Cinema Paradiso,”...

Editorial: Honoring our rabbis

The North Shore, and Greater Boston, are blessed with dedicated, compassionate rabbis. Being a rabbi is a 24-hour job – the job never stops. And over the last two years during the pandemic, the pressures of the job have been intense. During the height of COVID some rabbis were overseeing...

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Fallen Heroes

Remembering American Jewish Casualties of Operations Iraqi Freedom, Enduring Freedom, New Dawn and Freedom’s Sentinel This list of Fallen Soldiers...

NEWS

CULTURE

OPINION

U.S. / WORLD

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