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Contents

Winner of eight 2003 Michigan Press Association

writing, design and advertising awards

www.cletroitjewishnews.com

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MICHIGAN PRESS ASSOCIATION

PFfI

Friday, Jan. 2, 2004
Tevet 8, 5764
Vol. CXXIV, No. 21

FOR OPENERS

APPLETREE

10 Doer Profile

27 Asara B'Tevet

DEPARTMENTS

Meet Gary Berris, maker of the
"The Rabbi Says..." doll.

A shorter fast day
as prelude to destruction.

ANN ARBOR

ARTS & LIFE

Alefbet'cha
10
B'nai Mitzvah . . 52
Calendar
26
Candlelighting ...10
Community
50
Danny Raskin . . . 44
Editor's Notebook . 5
Engagements . . . . 52
For Openers . . . . 10
George Cantor . . . 11
Harry Kirsbaum .. 55
Letters 6
Marketplace . . . . 56
Mazel Toy! 50
New Arrivals • • • . 50
Obituaries 70
Remember When . .17
Sports
29
Synagogues
48
The Scene
29
Torah Portion • • 49
Weddings
52

15 New Challenge

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35 Up To The Challenge

Ann Arbor doctor runs for State
House on health care platform.

West Bloomfield designer Barbi Krass
will be showcased on HGTV

NEWS WATCH

SPIRITUALITY

16 Holiday Cheer

47 Bundling Up

Mitzvah Day volunteers
help the needy Dec. 25.

Blankets create warmth
in Detroit and Israel.

18 Night To Remember

Families preview. exhibits
and meet Shalom Street players.

OPINION

25 Detroit Jewry's Span

Suburban-urban community
with regional concerns.

Dennis Shatter,
17, of Livonia demon-
strates yo-yo spinning at
Shalom Street.

Cover:
Photography, Angie Baan
Page design, Kelli Johnson

En116I TIThrENO

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ver the next few months, we'll
be making several changes to
make your Jewish News more
readable, informative and
thought provoking.
Some of your favorite features or sec-
tions may move in the process, so please
be sure to check the Index at right if you
can't find what you are looking for. Staff
Writer Harry Kirsbaum's new "Last Call"
column, a lively look at the cycle of
everyday life, debuts on page 55.
As always, we invite your feedback to
JN content.
Shabbat shalom!

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A Life In Architecture
Leonard Siegal devotes his
professional life to improving
the built environment.

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