Gloria Deutsch

Gloria Deutsch is originally from Liverpool England. After gaining a B.A. degree in English she worked as a librarian. Gloria came to live in Israel in November 1973 and for the last 36 years has lived in Kfar Saba with her husband, Alex, a surgeon. Gloria writes as a freelancer in The Jerusalem Post, ESRA MAGAZINE and other publications.

Diana Lerner celebrates Tel Aviv’s 100th birthday with an amusing book of anecdotes and stories about famous Tel Avivians.

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Celebrating Tel Avivs 100th Birthday - A Review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 148
 

The inspiring story of this lady who learnt arts and craft skills at Beth Protea retirement home and today produces interesting and lovely creative work that she is able to sell.

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Joyce Feinberg – Late Blooming Craftswoman
Category: People
Issue No. 148
 

After much deliberation Gloria Deutsch decided to change her worn out, real grass lawn for synthetic grass. She is thrilled with the result – constant greenness to look at, and water saved.

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THE GRASS IS GREANER
Category: Environment
Issue No. 149
 

The Israeli Quilting Association held an exhibition at Shalom Towers in Tel Aviv.

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QUILT EXHIBITION
Category: Arts
Issue No. 149
 

Are you often looking for new ideas for gifts? How about a miniature – hand made, to one twelfth inch scale? A model where everything is a perfect replica. Small rooms, shops and gardens are popular themes.

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SMALL WORLDS
Category: Arts
Issue No. 149
 

“Third Proof Reader” Gloria Deutsch does the final proof reading for many of the ESRA articles. Grammar and spelling will have been corrected but there may still be mistakes that Gloria will find, read about her ‘bête noire’ in the usage of English punctuation

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ESRA MAGAZINE AND ME
Category: ESRA News
Issue No. 150
 

A few ideas for saving water on a practical level and an invitation to readers to add their suggestions too.

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SAVING WATER
Category: Environment
Issue No. 152
 

Amit Dressler owns a successful and unusual gift store in Raanana, but this is not all he does. Amit is a very active volunteer helping to care for disabled adults. "There are so many needy causes – I simply don't understand why everyone doesn't volunteer for something," he says.

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AMIT DRESSLER - HELPING THE LESS FORTUNATE
Category: People
Issue No. 158
 

Because Abe Died By June Felton creates a cast of interesting dramatis personae – all delineated and differentiated with sharp observation of human nature, and a powerful exposition of widowhood. Gloria Deutsch feels that the book keeps the reader’s attention and fulfills the most basic demand of fiction – you really want to know what happens next.

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A tragedy, then Rose learns how to bloom - Book Review
Category: Literature
Issue No. 173
 

A talented person doesn't necessarily have to lose her creativeness when she retires. On the contrary, as a group of these inspired ladies running their own craft shop in Ra'anana have shown, they now have the leisure to indulge their imaginations, to the wonder and enjoyment of their customers, and their own satisfaction.

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A haven of handicrafts
Category: Consumerism
Issue No. 176
 
 
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