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How a group of Vail firefighters received an unexpected photo op with the Stanley Cup – Vail Daily

| July 10, 2022

The Stanley Cup was in Vail on July 2, courtesy of Colorado Avalanche general manager and former star Joe Sakic. And among the Vail locations the cup traveled was Meadow Drive, via dolly, where it had to roll right past a trio of on-duty firefighters at Station No

Israeli and Gazan researchers study Waldorf schools for Arab Israelis J. – The Jewish News of Northern California

| July 10, 2022

Hagit Zeev, 54, an Israeli-born psychotherapist living in Los Altos Hills, is enthusiastic about Waldorf education, a nontraditional method of teaching characterized by integrating the arts, movement and imagination in the classroom. Prevalent across the Bay Area and also popular in Israel, Waldorf schools are known for their holistic approach to trauma-informed education which equips teachers with the knowledge to recognize trauma and strategies to support students who experience it. Zeev, a Jew who grew up in Haifa and Tel Aviv, co-led a research team that in June published the findings of a 21-month study into Waldorf education in Israel

South Bend’s district headquarters won’t move from downtown this summer. Here’s why. – South Bend Tribune

| July 10, 2022

SOUTH BEND South Bend schools won't be moving out of its downtown headquarters this summer. ButSouth Bend city and school district officials say they both feel close to finalizing a deal after the Indiana attorney general's office cleared the way this week after an investigation ofa local charter school's challenge to the district's plans to move. This spring, the city offered $2.8 million to buythe administration building on Martin Luther King Jr.

Who is the poet Pelosi recited in her Roe vs. Wade reaction? – Los Angeles Times

| June 26, 2022

Following the Supreme Courts decision to reverse Roe vs. Wade, which opens the door for states to outlaw abortions, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi (D-San Francisco) addressed the media with a statement that referenced a poem

The place where hope and livelihoods grow in the Galilee – ISRAEL21c

| June 26, 2022

For Myasar Khamaisy, 44, her involvement with Sindyanna of the Galilee began with an empty nest. It was 2015, her three daughters had left home for college, and she had nothing to do. To get a job, she knew she had to improve her Hebrew language skills

Divine healing in the Bible – Part 2 – Guardian Nigeria

| June 26, 2022

The main diagnostic tools were observation and superficial physical examination. The physician had few aids to use in his work. Demons can cause physical illness in the human body (Mat 9:32-33; 12:22; 17:14-18; Mark 9:20-22; Luke 13:11, 16), although not all sickness and disease are the result of evil spirits (Mat 4:24; Luke 5:12-13)

Neon White Ending Explained: What Happens in the Book of Life and Death? – Goomba Stomp

| June 26, 2022

A forever future of bliss or an afterlife of pain? Ben Esposito and Angel Pixels newest first-person action runner game Neon White gives players a choice to decide their fate during the games final mission

Middlebury Language Schools to Operate in Person – Middlebury College News and Events

| June 23, 2022

MIDDLEBURY, Vt. June 24 marks the first student arrival day for the Middlebury Language Schools, known internationally for their full immersion approach to language teaching. This summer the Language Schools will welcome over 1,500 students and 300 faculty and staff to the campuses of Middlebury College, Bennington College, and the Middlebury Institute of International Studies at Monterey to study Abenaki, Arabic, Chinese, English, French, German, Hebrew, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, and Spanish.

For Israel’s language czar, reviving Hebrew means bringing it down from the tower – The Times of Israel

| June 23, 2022

How do you say spyware in Hebrew? Until recently, Hebrew speakers who wanted to talk about the Israeli company NSO and its notorious Pegasus spyware had to rely on the English term, Israelifying it to fit their cadence and pronunciation and tossing it into the torrent of Hebrew vernacular.

A new book explores abusive rabbis and the Jewish institutional culture that protects them – JTA News – Jewish Telegraphic Agency

| June 23, 2022

(JTA) In the global reckoning with sexual abuse by powerful leaders, no religious movement has escaped scrutiny and censure, including the broad spectrum of Jewish denominations. Major Reform and Conservative bodies have mounted investigations or issued detailed reports on abuse and cover-ups within their ranks. Lawsuits have been brought against longtime accused abusers such as Baruch Lanner and institutions such as the Orthodox Union for protecting them


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