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Deep South File: Tour of Jewish New Orleans, 10/3 – Part 2

This is an entry from the blog of Deep South Jewish Voice, www.deepsouthjewishvoice.blogspot.com. Deep South Jewish Voice is the Jewish newspaper of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Northwest Florida. This blog entry, “Deep South File: Tour of Jewish New Orleans, 10/3 – Part 2,” is from October 6, 2005. This entry is the second in a six part series showing scenes of New Orleans Jewish institutions after Hurricane Katrina. This entry focuses on Metairie’s Goldring/Woldenberg Jewish Community...

Deep South File: Tour of Jewish New Orleans, 10/3 – Part 1

This is an entry from the blog of Deep South Jewish Voice, www.deepsouthjewishvoice.blogspot.com. Deep South Jewish Voice is the Jewish newspaper of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Northwest Florida. This blog entry, “Deep South File: Tour of Jewish New Orleans, 10/3 – Part 1,” is from October 6, 2005. This entry is the first in a six part series showing scenes of New Orleans Jewish institutions after Hurricane Katrina. This entry focuses on Metairie’s Northshore Jewish Congregation and...

Deep South File: Renovations in Metairie

This is an entry from the blog of Deep South Jewish Voice, www.deepsouthjewishvoice.blogspot.com. Deep South Jewish Voice is the Jewish newspaper of Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and Northwest Florida. This blog entry, “Deep South File: Renovations in Metairie,” is from December 22, 2005. This entry shows repairs to the Goldring/Woldenberg Jewish Community Campus and Shir Chadash synagogue in Metairie.

It's All About the Government

In the beginning of this year, New Orleans and its citizens were receiving a great deal of negative press, and it was upsetting. After having a dozen or so letters to various papers published in the past, I set out to write a letter to defend New Orleans. My daughter, the real writer of the family, added to my letter, and by that time, we had a letter for a newspaper that was too long. Against my better judgement, I refused to take anything out to make it shorter and more publish-friendly. ...