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Month: July 2014

HOROSCOPES BY HOLIDAY MATHIS (042718)

TODAY'S BIRTHDAY (Apr. 27). You're onto something. You know it, and the world knows it. There will be a bit of a journey before the deals get made. The generosity you give others will make things happen in their lives. You will lead with love, without strings or guilt. What comes of this will be more important than money, although that comes, too. Cancer and Scorpio adore you.

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BEARS ROAR – The Beverly Hills Bears girls team of the Beverly Hills AYSO won the championship in the U-12 girls division at the Pot O’Gold tournament in Thousand Oaks

Bottom Row, from left: Gemma Macht, Lila Taheri and Samantha Nabati. Middle row, from left: Alessandra Emerson, Sarah-Lea Dahan, Ava Hollander, Hannah Pinchuck, Sophia Haroutunian, Elena Serrano, Audrey Perry and Arielle Efron. Back Row, from left: Coach Michael Taheri, Eva Franco and Coach Babak Nabati. BEARS ROAR – The Beverly Hills Bears girls team of the Beverly Hills AYSO won the championship in the U-12 girls division at the Pot O’Gold tournament in Thousand Oaks. Bottom Row, from left: Gemma Macht, Lila Taheri and Samantha Nabati. Middle row, from left: Alessandra Emerson, Sarah-Lea Dahan, Ava Hollander, Hannah Pinchuck, Sophia Haroutunian, Elena Serrano, Audrey Perry and Arielle Efron. Back Row, from left: Coach Michael Taheri, Eva Franco and Coach Babak Nabati. 5:32 pm Read More

YOM HASHOAH – Approximately 700 people, including 60 Holocaust survivors, attended the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust’s annual community Yom HaShoah Day of Holocaust Commemoration on Sunday, April 15.

Pictured, from left: Natan Gipsman, David Lenga, Henry Slucki, Dana Schwartz, Paula Lebovics, Joshua Kaufman and Alexandra Kaufman. YOM HASHOAH – Approximately 700 people, including 60 Holocaust survivors, attended the Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust’s annual community Yom HaShoah Day of Holocaust Commemoration on Sunday, April 15.  The event focused on resistance during the Holocaust and marked the 75th anniversary of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising. Hon. Nancy H. Rubin, Former United States Ambassador to the United Nations Commission on Human Rights, gave the keynote address. A standing room-only crowd listened to a pre-ceremony conversation with childhood friends and Holocaust survivors Alice Gerstel Weit and Simon Gronowski, who reunited for the first time in 76 years. Alice Gerstel Weit believed the entire Gronowski family had perished in the Holocaust until she learned last year that Simon Gronowski was alive and living in Belgium. Gronowski is a survivor of the 20th convoy, the only transport to Auschwitz stopped by a resistance group. Pictured, from left: Natan Gipsman, David Lenga, Henry Slucki, Dana Schwartz, Paula Lebovics, Joshua Kaufman and Alexandra Kaufman. 5:20 pm Read More