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Dr. Amanda Cohn, a top medical director at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention in Atlanta, addresses slow pace of inoculations. [Read More]
The AJT welcomes your letters. If you would like your letter to be published, please write 200 words or less, and send it to editor@atljewishtimes.com. [Read More]
The AJT welcomes your letters. If you would like your letter to be published, please write 200 words or less, and send it to editor@atljewishtimes.com. [Read More]
After a year in the national spotlight, the state has more than earned a respite. [Read More]
Consul General of Israel in Atlanta comments on the recent decision by the International Criminal Court to consider Palestinian claims against Israel. [Read More]
Jewish campus organizations adapt to the pandemic with creative efforts to keep students connected to Judaism. [Read More]
New Jewish learning opportunities range from Kabbalah and spirituality to character education and ethical behavior. [Read More]
Dr. Mark Fisher offers tips to help high school freshmen and sophomores stay on course with college plans. [Read More]
New sensory cabin being built largely with donation from Atlantans Gail and Lyons Heyman. [Read More]
The educational value of this decades-old toy inspires creativity, teamwork, patience and dimensional forecasting. [Read More]
Monkey 68 in Alpharetta serves diverse cuisines, small plates, sushi and exotic cocktails with a central bar and split-level dining room. [Read More]
Psychotherapist Aleta Aaron finds working in clay healing and therapeutic. She lives among nature, tucked in a bamboo forest surrounded by family connections. [Read More]
Lean in to hear some of the off the cuff remarks about what makes Hillel activists mother-daughter duo Linda Selig and Stacey Fisher tick. [Read More]
Four Atlantans talk about films from different genres which continue to enlighten, astound, stimulate and amuse them. [Read More]
How to rediscover simple joys in celebrating one of Hashem's gifts each day during the month of Adar and beyond. [Read More]
Cory and Randy Shaw have been traveling through the U.S. since Jan. 3 in their pickup truck, visiting national parks and building a closer relationship... [Read More]
The former U.S. secretary of state was known for his strong support for Israel. [Read More]
Atlanta Jewish community to partner with Melton for broader, modified curriculum that could be marketed internationally. [Read More]
The $350 million educational World Zionist Village will be built in Beersheva in the Negev. [Read More]
Anna Serviansky comes to Camp Ramah Darom with a background in Jewish education and a personal history and passion for the camp. [Read More]
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