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Sara Trappler-Spielman

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With his foot up in bed after surgery from a broken ankle, Rabbi Avraham Kivelevitz, a teacher at SAR High School in Riverdale, N.Y., contemplated how to reach students taking his senior elective Kabbalah course.
The work of Rabbi Yitzchok Moully, youth director at the Chabad Jewish Center in Basking Ridge, N.J., is a fusion of modern day objects with Jewish values.
Jackie Stern, a principal at a Chabad-Lubavitch school in Los Angeles, has gone from hippie to feminist to a five-time bride without ever divorcing her husband.
With an all-female cast, save for three parts played by men, "A Light for Greytowers" will be shown to only female audiences. It tells the story of a Jewish girl who fights an orphanage to be able to practice her religion.
Michoel Muchnik, who just opened a gallery in Brooklyn, N.Y., tells of artistic suggestions given him by the Lubavitcher Rebbe.
From London to Hawaii, by way of Miami, Yudi Weinbaum, 25, brings the flavors of the old country to Jews in the middle of the Pacific with a deli bearing his name.
Esther Zibell has traveled the globe, evolving as a Jewish artist in the process.
A short walk from the East River, through cobblestone streets shadowed beneath skyscrapers and the Manhattan Bridge, a new art gallery opens its doors.
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