Wednesday, August 27, 2008

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There are a few ways to get a feel for the pulse of the Jewish community. One way to do it is to read Jewish newspapers, particularly those that address a broad spectrum of the community. Those papers will give you insight on what people are thinking and what interests them. I personally find that the best newspaper for that is The Jewish Press.

I know what you are thinking. Yes, some people hate the paper. But some people love it. And some people love to hate it. I personally love some parts of it and hate other parts -- it's the best of both worlds. Very often I find that it is the must-read newspaper. For example, and I cannot give details, next week it will have an article that will (hopefully) send shockwaves throughout the Orthodox community and (hopefully) lead to serious communal introspection and change. That's what the at times courageous writers and editors at The Jewish Press give you. Remember that they allowed a long debate in their pages about the Slifkin Torah-Science Controversy.

The Jewish Press is currently running a promotion for new subscribers: You can either receive two months per year for free or, if you sign up for two years, you can receive a free Rav Soloveitchik machzor (discussed in these posts: I, II, III and my Jewish Action review is here: link).

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