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December 26, 2013 - Image 1

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2013-12-26

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$2.00 DEC. 26, 2013-JAN. 1, 2014 / 23-29 TEVET 5774
A JEWISH RENAISSANCE MEDIA PUBLICATION

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» Beautiful Secrets

West Bloomfield native strives
to enhance strangers' lives. See page 15.

» Public Health Heroes Beaumont's epidemiology/
infectious disease team's work recognized. See page 39.

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» Music of the Heart PBS special recalls Marvin
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Ashley Naftaly's 'Psst ... Hey You' project card

>> cover story

A 7o Year Story

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2013, the Detroit Jewish News Foundation
unveiled its archive of 70 years of Jewish News pages
for free public access at www.djnfoundation.org .
Detroiters, former-Detroiters, historians and genealogists
now have — just a click away — a treasure trove of the history,
politics and life-cycle events of our vibrant Jewish community.
On the inside pages are highlights from this past year —
which, perhaps, a historian 70 years hence might find to be a
fascinating account of Jewish life in early 21st-century Detroit!

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