Posts Tagged ‘Beverly Hills’

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Letters – Zero-Tolerance Immigration

A Man Named Jack I knew a man named Jack who was born in Germany before the beginning of World War II. He survived the war as part of the Kindertransport, a program that rescued thousands of Jewish children who were brought to England between 1938-1940. Jack’s parents died in the Holocaust. He made his…

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Three generations: Robert, Natalie and George Blum.

Three Generations Of Pediatricians

Next year, Natalie Blum, D.O., will become a pediatrician. Her father, Robert Blum, D.O., has been a pediatrician since 1994. His father, George Blum, M.D., has been in pediatric practice since 1960, and his father … Well, the Blum pediatric dynasty goes back only three generations so far. George Blum’s father was an immigrant from…

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Run Strong Project founders Sara Plumstead and Amy Haenick.

Run Strong

Two women bond over running and beating anorexia and launch a business. Upon meeting at work, 40-something fitness instructors Amy Haenick and Sara Plumstead soon realized they had a lot in common, including supportive husbands, great children, college life at Michigan State, a commitment to physical fitness — and triumph over anorexia nervosa. Each woman…

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Leslie Rott's bookshelf full of books.

Meet Leslie Rott – Books And Love & Relationships

Leslie Rott is the Jewish News‘ new books and love & relationships writer. Hi everyone! I’m Leslie Rott. I grew up in Huntington Woods, graduated from Berkley High School and attended the University of Michigan for undergrad and my Ph.D. I then spent two and a half years living in New York, where I attended Sarah…

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