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October 8, 1994 | JOHN DART
The 70-page Jewish quarterly that arrived in mailboxes this week was typically thoughtful. Articles declared, among other things, that spousal abuse is a larger-than-acknowledged Jewish problem, that too many rabbis suffer burnout over conflicting expectations and that two decades of women rabbis has not led to a "feminization" of the synagogue as predicted. But there was also a surprise in the fall issue of Jewish Spectator, edited and published in Calabasas.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
October 8, 1994 | JOHN DART
The 70-page Jewish quarterly that arrived in mailboxes this week was typically thoughtful. Articles declared, among other things, that spousal abuse is a larger-than-acknowledged Jewish problem, that too many rabbis suffer burnout over conflicting expectations and that two decades of women rabbis has not led to a "feminization" of the synagogue as predicted. But there was also a surprise in the fall issue of Jewish Spectator, edited and published in Calabasas.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 1, 1994 | JOHN DART
Magazines: The quarterly, which is edited in Calabasas, is small in circulation but prominent figures are among its contributors and readers. Jewish Spectator, an intellectual magazine with a religious focus, has a small circulation of about 6,000 and is edited in Calabasas, hardly the center of Jewish life. Yet, the quarterly's regular contributors include prominent U.S.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
January 1, 1994 | JOHN DART
Magazines: The quarterly, which is edited in Calabasas, is small in circulation but prominent figures are among its contributors and readers. Jewish Spectator, an intellectual magazine with a religious focus, has a small circulation of about 6,000 and is edited in Calabasas, hardly the center of Jewish life. Yet, the quarterly's regular contributors include prominent U.S.
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