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is JTA's copy editor. Prior to joining JTA in 2006, he served 15 years as the assistant managing editor at The New York Jewish Week. He also has worked as a reporter and editor in news and sports for daily and weekly newspapers in New Jersey.


  • Britain asks E.U. to curb West Bank imports

    Britain is calling for a curb on the import of products from Israeli settlements in the West Bank.

  • Army boots trainee for beating Jewish comrade

    The U.S. Army discharged a soldier for beating a Jewish trainee.

  • As U.S. election nears, Israelis catch election fever

    Israelis – including the American citizens among them, as many as half of whom hail from swing states – have been closely following the election campaign across the ocean with a mix of interest, concern, bemusement and validation.

  • Covenant Foundation names award winners

    The Covenant Foundation announced the winners of its annual awards for innovation in Jewish education.

  • Aronson to step down in Detroit

    Robert Aronson reportedly will resign as the CEO of the Jewish Federation of Metropolitan Detroit within the year.

  • Lezak eyes a solo on podium

    Jewish Olympian Jason Lezak surely has made his mark on U.S. Olympic swimming relay teams, notably with his unfathomable dash in the final 50 meters on Monday to lift the 4×100 men’s freestyle foursome to the gold medal in Beijing and a new world record. Now Lezak, at 32 the oldest male swimmer ever to…

  • Bad bounces in Beijing

    Shahar Peer in action on Jan. 21, 2008, when she was part of a doubles team that advanced to the Australian Open quarterfinals. Israeli tennis stars Andy Ram and Jonathan Erlich didn’t bring their Melbourne magic to Beijing. In fact, the Olympics have turned out to be a major disappointment on the courts for the…

  • Swimmers lead U.S. Jewish contingent

    The athletes who make up the U.S. Jewish contingent headed to China, a mix of veterans and newcomers, have a decent chance of winning a medal or two.