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  • ‘Curly’s’ sidekick Nate Abrams a forgotten man in Packers’ lore

    Nate Abrams, a 5-foot, 4-inch Jewish cattle dealer with good hands, a big heart and a “Yiddishe kop, may have been as instrumental in founding the Green Bay Packers as Earl “Curly” Lambeau, the team’s first coach and eventual namesake of Lambeau Field,” and keeping it afloat financially.

  • Jewish boarding school grows in North Carolina

    The American Hebrew Academy, North America’s only coed Jewish boarding high school, opened in Greensboro, N.C. last year, and now has 70 students. The sprawling campus was designed to serve 800 students, so the school plans to intensify recruiting w

  • Orthodox life flourishes in Milwaukee

    The seeds planted 15 years ago by a Milwaukee rabbi have grown into a flourishing Orthodox community.

  • Greensboro community warm, active

    If Greensboro, N.C., is known for anything within American Jewry, it’s for the year-old American Hebrew Academy, North America’s only co-ed Jewish boarding high school. But even without AHA attracting attention and adding buildings exponential

  • Chasidim come to Bethlehem — New Hampshire

    Every July and August, the little town of Bethlehem becomes the Chasidic capital of New Hampshire, if not of all rural New England.

  • Winnipeg’s Jews try to turn tide

    In the second article in our The Promising Land series, we profile the efforts of Winnipeg’s Jewish community to shore up its dwindling population. Everything from recruiting Argentine emigres to building a lavish cultural center is being attempted.

  • The Kosher side of Sin City

    You can find every known sin on Las Vegas’ famous strip — five miles of neon-lit casino hotels, cheesy souvenir shops and purveyors of “adult entertainment.” Add to that list kosher corned beef, thanks to The Las Vegas Kosher Deli and Internet Cafe.