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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-04-18

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Contents

Ei

A 2002 Michigan Press Association

General Excellence winner

a.4
isan 16,

This Week

Spirituality

Ann Arbor

12 Rained Out

49 Learning Track

68 A Mean Freilach

DEPARTMENT

Federation's rainy day And nearing
discretionary limit; endowment eyed

Adat Shalom revamps
its religious school.

Yid Vicious performs
klezmer in Ann Arbor.

26 MJAC's Doubtful Future

Arts &
Entertainment

Food

Alefbefcha
AppleTree
88
Calendar
42
Candlelighting ... 7
Crossword .107
Danny Raskin . . . 76
Editor's Notebook . 5
Engagements .. . 45
For Openers
7-
Insight
3
Letters . .. ....
Marketplace . . . 92
New Arrivals . . . . 44
Obituaries . . . . . 114
Out & About 62
Sports
80
Spotlight
82
Staff Notebook
11
Synagogues
Torah Portion . . 5 52 5
Weddings
47

Jewish HIV-AIDS organization
faces serious funding

61 Dark Lady Of DNA

Opinion

Book, PBS reveal young
Jewish scientist's contribution.

31 Helping Seeds Grow

83 Spring!

Mix and match these recipes
for a taste of the season.

83 Food For Fun

Sowing seeds of understanding
among impressionable teenagers.

A working group takes
a little time-out at Bonnie's.

Community

AppleTree

88 Matzah Man

35 Lost Connection

Persistence, JN led to
siblings who were strangers.
.• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •

Imagine making 1 million
matzah products for Pesach.

• 36 Cuddle Time

Hillel holds "sleepover
. • for Dr. Seuss' birthday.

Obituaries



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is

• e • • • • • • • •

114 Matthew Colman



Bravery and determination

Right: Emily Gorman of West Bloomfield
brought her favorite bear and her dad,
Hillel alumnus Bradley Gorman, to the
`Almost Sleepover" held in Sheila
Charlips first-grade class.

We're A People

B

y almost any measurement, the Festival
of Passover is considered the most cele-
brated of all Jewish holidays in the dias-
pora, where levels of observance vary widely.
The holiday recalls the Israelites' flight from
Egyptian slavery and dogged pursuit of religious
freedom. It reminds us that people can be slaves
in more than a physical sense.
In Israel, Pesach is almost universally celebrated.
Ninety-four percent of Jewish Israelis attended a
seder Wednesday night, according to a poll taken
by the Israeli Hotel Association; 100,000 celebrat-
ed at a hotel. Israeli families hosted hundreds of
immigrant soldiers.
May this year's Festival of Passover serve as
common ground to bring diaspora and Israeli
Jews closer together as world attention returns to
the Arab-Israeli conflict — and the Jewish state's
ongoing battle to repel Palestinian aggression.

Cover:
Photography, Ed Reed
Page design, Alex Lumelsk

How To Reach Us

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Fax numbers are Editorial, (248) 304-8885; Display Advertising, (248) 304-0032;
Classified Advertising, (248) 304-0049. Office hours are 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. weekdays.

Cover Story

page 56

New York Gold

Former Detroiter Daniel
Doctoroff embraces the Big
Apple and an Olympic dream.

oLr

fin tnur

DaniPI
erf;tr,t.,

Chag kasher v'sameach and Shabbat shalom!

Robert A. Sklar, editor

©COPYRIGHT 2003
DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

As deputy mayor, Daniel
Doctoroff pilots New York's bid
for the 2012 Olympic Games.

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