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    Thirteen calls for action

    image - Twice Blessed cover cropped

    Immersive art experience

    photo - Marty Katzoff’s The Light Within the Shell was created specifically for the Zack Gallery
    Marty Katzoff’s The Light Within the Shell was created specifically for the Zack Gallery. (photo by Lauren Zbarsky)

    Games, fun and serious

    Team Canada’s 600-strong contingent marched into the opening ceremonies of the quadrennial Maccabiah Games July 14 at Jerusalem’s Teddy Coliseum. They were led by a trio of flagbearers – Toronto’s Molly Tissenbaum, a hockey goalie who has overcome serious health challenges to return to the ice, and Calgary twins Conaire and Nick Taub, volleyball players who are slated to enrol at the University of British Columbia in the fall. Canada sent the fourth largest team to the 21st “Jewish Olympics,” after Israel, the United States and Argentina.

    The flag-bearing trio, their 600 teammates and about 10,000 others streamed into the stadium at the start of the largest-ever Maccabiah Games. Also on hand was an American visitor, President Joe Biden, who was the first U.S. leader to attend the event, flanked by Israel’s President Isaac Herzog and Prime Minister Yair Lapid….

    The previous issue’s cover stories

    Dreamy Midsummer’s Night

    photo - The company of Bard on Beach’s production of Midsummer Night’s Dream
    The company of Bard on Beach’s production of Midsummer Night’s Dream. (photo by Tim Matheson)

    A story of two families

    photo - Marsha Lederman’s Kiss the Red Stairs begins in 1919, when her father was born, on erev Yom Kippur
    Marsha Lederman’s Kiss the Red Stairs begins in 1919, when her father was born, on erev Yom Kippur. (photo by Ben Nelms)

    New era in U.S. politics

    The explosive debate around abortion spurred by the U.S. Supreme Court’s rejection of a woman’s right to reproductive self-determination reminds us that the Jewish perspective on the topic is nuanced….

     

     

     

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