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What You Missed In the News: September 8 - 15

Our Top Stories this week include our FREE TICKET GIVEAWAY to this Saturday's Schmooze Cruise, an interview w/ Alisse Lee-Goldenberg, our What NOT to do on Yom Kippur List, Israel and the World Cup, news on TIFF 2013 and much more!

By: Daniel Koren
Published: September 15th, 2013 in News » World
Our Top Stories for the week of Sept. 8

It was an incredible week in the news, particularly here at Shalom Life. To recap, we have compiled a list of Shalom Life's top stories for the week of September 8th, containing our most read, most interesting, and most talked about material focusing on a range of topics that include news, culture, business, technology, politics and more.

All Aboard the Schmooze Cruise! [FREE TICKET GIVEAWAY INSIDE]

Shalom Life is proud to announce our official sponsorship of the 'Schmooze Cruise', a networking event for young Jewish professionals, and are offering a FREE TICKET GIVEAWAY for anyone who'd like to attend! (Regular tickets are currently available at $50). All you have to do is send an email to contests@shalomlife.com! We will be announcing two lucky winners in a week's time.

EXCLUSIVE: Interview With Fantasy Author, Alisse Lee-Goldenberg

Lee-Goldenberg chats with Shalom Life about ‘The The Strings of the Violin’, inspired by Jewish folk lore, and her zombie apocalypse novel, ‘Bath Salts’

Jewish Top 10s: What NOT to do on Yom Kippur

As we prepare to usher in Yom Kippur, Shalom Life lists the top eleven activities you should avoid while fasting on this holiest of days

The Nosh Pit - Kosher Mexican Recipes

Although you can't mix queso and carne, you can still have sumptuous Kosher Mexican cuisine

FIFA World Cup 2014: Does Israel Stand A Chance?

After Saturday's tie with Azerbaijan, Israel's chances to compete in next year's World Cup seem slim; Shalom Life speaks to soccer organizer Pierre Mévy Azaria about his predictions

TIFF 2013: Jake Gyllenhaal and Hugh Jackman Discuss the Challenges of Taking on ‘Prisoners’ Characters

Gyllenhaal, Jackman, and Maria Bello share their experiences preparing for their roles in Quebec filmmaker, Denis Villeneuve’s, new film ‘Prisoners’

Why So Many Palestinian High-Tech Entrepreneurs Hate My FORBES Cover Story

Richard Behar, a popular Forbes contributor, writes about the reaction he received from the Palestinian and Israeli communities, respectfully, after his Forbes cover story 'Peace Through Profits' was published

THEATRE REVIEW: ‘Next to Normal’ Explores Mental Illness & Modern Medicine in a Musical Way

Toronto’s latest production of the Tony-Award winning Broadway play, ‘Next to Normal’, runs at the Lower Ossington Theatre until September 29th.

Startup Club: Leftover Swap

Shalom Life speaks to Dan Newman, co-founder of the revolutionary new app 'Leftover Swap' that allows you to swap meals with people in your area, or share your leftovers with those who need it most

Related articles: Jake Gyllenhaal, Hugh Jackman, Forbes, FIFA 2014, Leftover Swap, TIFF 2013, Shawney Cohen, Alisse Lee-Goldenberg, Schmooze Cruise, Yom Kippur, Jewish News
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Mussolini's Alfa Romeo Sells for $9.5 Million

The legendary sportscar, designed to beat Hitler's government-funded cars, can still reach 165 mph

What You Missed In the News: September 8 - 15

Our Top Stories this week include our FREE TICKET GIVEAWAY to this Saturday's Schmooze Cruise, an interview w/ Alisse Lee-Goldenberg, our What NOT to do on Yom Kippur List, Israel and the World Cup, news on TIFF 2013 and much more!

$22 Million Holocaust Memorial to be Built in Budapest

Memorial will be at train station where Hungarian Jews were deported from

Jewish Top 10s: What NOT to do on Yom Kippur

As we prepare to usher in Yom Kippur, Shalom Life lists the top eleven activities you should avoid while fasting on this holiest of days

Spain: Should Holocaust Studies be Mandatory?

The Spanish parliament is preparing to vote on an amendment that would make Holocaust Studies obligatory for all Spanish students

NSA Shared Raw Intelligence, Personal American Data with Israel

A new report reveals that the National Security Agency has been sharing personal data via raw intelligence with Israel

Mussolini's Alfa Romeo Sells for $9.5 Million

The legendary sportscar, designed to beat Hitler's government-funded cars, can still reach 165 mph

What You Missed In the News: September 8 - 15

Our Top Stories this week include our FREE TICKET GIVEAWAY to this Saturday's Schmooze Cruise, an interview w/ Alisse Lee-Goldenberg, our What NOT to do on Yom Kippur List, Israel and the World Cup, news on TIFF 2013 and much more!

$22 Million Holocaust Memorial to be Built in Budapest

Memorial will be at train station where Hungarian Jews were deported from

Jewish Top 10s: What NOT to do on Yom Kippur

As we prepare to usher in Yom Kippur, Shalom Life lists the top eleven activities you should avoid while fasting on this holiest of days

Spain: Should Holocaust Studies be Mandatory?

The Spanish parliament is preparing to vote on an amendment that would make Holocaust Studies obligatory for all Spanish students

NSA Shared Raw Intelligence, Personal American Data with Israel

A new report reveals that the National Security Agency has been sharing personal data via raw intelligence with Israel

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