85th Anniversary 2015

Putting Washington on the map

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The newspaper that became Washington Jewish Week debuted 85 years ago in a Jewish world under scrutiny

Why I read Washington Jewish Week

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Jackie Mason used to joke about what it would have been like had newspapers been invented before computers. Instead of getting the news online,...

As Jewish media decline, Washington Jewish Week stays strong

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Today, much of the Jewish media is more unreliable than ever and certainly displays only a fraction of the ethics or quality seen even...

Upholding the values of independent journalism

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A speaker at the recent J Street National Conference told the following story: A man went to a local synagogue and was waiting outside the...

Cultural offerings take center stage in Washington Jewish Week’s coverage

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Arthur Miller invoked a watchword to our conscience in his most famous play, Death of a Salesman.  “Attention must be paid” he wrote for...

A proud moment: When WJW refused to duck

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A few months after John Kennedy was inaugurated as president, I came to Washington to be a law clerk for a Supreme Court justice....