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ISSUE 159 - April/May 2011
FROM THE EDITOR
Always looking to improve, and well aware that there is always room for it, this issue features changes which I hope are good and to your liking. With the help of our new graphic designer, some of them are conceptual, some graphical, but all have been made to increase the user-friendliness of the magazine. The major change is in the presentation of ESRA cultural and social events. More...
Thank you kindly to those readers who drew our attention to the lack of clarity of the events pages, and we’d welcome your feedback as to whether the changes make it easier to find your way around the events. The ESRA Directory – offices, branches, projects, shops, services, tutoring - has been redesigned, also with the intention of helping you find more easily what you are looking for. Our content pages have been simplified – hope you like it. Our advertisers are of the greatest importance to us – thanks to you we can bring out this magazine. To increase your visibility, we have widened your information on our regular advertisers list so that our readers can find you both in the magazine and online. Our classified adverts are now also online – www.esra-magazine.com . Please use our advertisers and remember to tell them you learned about them in the ESRA Magazine, thank you. Please also notice our website URLS at the bottom of the magazine pages – this will enable you to email the articles you write or read to family and friends. There is a wide array of articles in this issue, from fascinating people to fascinating places and amongst them a new Ethiopian restaurant which needs our customers; Pesach features; Tel Aviv continues to enchant new residents; aspects of our life in Israel; stories of our past; a new ESRA partnership; travel, food, games and books. Another ESRA change – we are holding our annual general meeting in the morning rather than in the evening. Please join us and take an active part in electing our officers and catching up with ESRA through our reports. Happy Pesach! Merle Guttmann Close
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- the mendelssohns moses, abraham and felix
- 100 years on: teaching teachers at levinsky college of education
- the warsaw ghetto uprising
- wherever you go - a review
- the strawberry woman
- advantages of the living trust
- the key question
- itamar makes friends - a review