AJT Weekly
Sunday, July 21, 2019
 
40 Under 40
Congratulations to Jewish Atlanta’s 40 Under 40
Get to know 40 of the best and brightest Jewish community members in Atlanta under 40.
 
 
Local News
Hemy Neuman Murder Trial Resurfaces
By Jan Jaben-Eilon
Hemy Neuman is asking for another trial, again claiming mental illness caused by his intense love for his victim’s wife, Andrea.
 
Local News / Religion and Science: In Sync on Climate Change?
By Flora Rosefsky
 
Local News / Intrigue, Romance and Shul Politics, Take Two
By Roni Robbins
 
Community
Massell on Atlanta, Politics, Social Justice
By Flora Rosefsky
Gail Solomon introduced former Atlanta mayor Sam Massell at “Sam’s Stories,” July 9 at Ahavath Achim Synagogue.
 
Community / Limmud Trains Young Leaders
 
Community / Navigating Middle-Age Transitions
By Flora Rosefsky
 
Israel News
GILEE Continues to Enhance Public Safety
By Chloe Levitas
Georgia representatives visited Tel Aviv, Eilat, Haifa and Jerusalem as a part of the Georgia International Law Enforcement Exchange’s 27th annual peer-to-peer training program.
 
Business / Billboards Glare at The Temple
By Roni Robbins
 
Business / JScreen Tests for BRCA Gene
By Chloe Levitas
 
Arts
Good’s Poem in Casual Formality
By Marcia Caller Jaffe
See Cynthia Good’s unique home, blending simplicity with color and femininity and masculinity.
 
Dining
Nacho Daddy Serves Tex Mex Vegas Style
By Marcia Caller Jaffe
Las Vegas eatery Nacho Daddy opened its first in the Southeast at Parson’s Alley on Main Street in Duluth.
 
Arts / At 85, Selig Reflects on Baseball Legacy
By Bob Bahr
 
Arts / The Spy Behind Home Plate Examines Life of Moe Berg
By Bob Bahr
 
Community
Creativity Sprouts From Strong Female Roots
By Roni Robbins
Lilli Jennison’s life and career aspirations have come full circle as our creative and media designer was raised in Atlanta by strong women with artsy souls and solid work ethics.
 
Community
On the Town: Tasty Tapas and a Terrific Tale
By Jen Evans and Michal Bonell
Happy hour was on our radar last Friday, and what better place to celebrate the start of the weekend than hip, vibrant, locally-owned Eclipse di Luna
 
Opinion
Letters to the Editor: July 19, 2019
The AJT welcomes your letters. Please write 200 words or less, include your name, phone number and email, and send it to editor@atljewishtimes.com.
 
Guide to Jewish Atlanta
Guide to Jewish Atlanta
 
More Headlines
 
Closing Thoughts / The Sikh on the Bicycle
By Chana Shapiro
 
Lifecycles / Obituary: Andre Kessler
 
Lifecycles / Obituary: Richard Gordon Holland
 
Lifecycles / Obituary: Bienvenida Palatchi
 
Lifecycles / Obituary: Julius Barron
 
Lifecycles / Obituary: Hazel Friedlander
 
Lifecycles / Obituary: Anne Shafferman Rubin
 
Lifecycles / Obituary: Arline Gerwit
 
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