The Rehovot Reporter was founded by David Froehlich 30 years ago and is a valued resource for both Rehovot residents and people looking to stay in touch with Rehovot.
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RELIGIOUS COMMENTARY: THE NAME HANUKAH
Rabbi Aryeh Frimer reviews different explanations for the origins of the name of this holiday.
LIFE STORIES: SARA ON THE FRONT LINE
Sometimes it takes a brave woman to do the right thing.
GOOD BOOKS: TEAM OF RIVALS BY DORIS GOODWIN
Rosalie Brosilow reviews a study of Abraham Lincoln and his political competitors.
CONSIDERATIONS FOR A RELAXING WEEKEND
Henry Sussman has advice for avoiding aggravation on weekends.
HOW THREATS TO ISRAEL'S SECURITY HAVE CHANGED
Susie Dym reviews a recent article by Major-General Giora Eiland.
LAUGH A LITTLE
Jokes, puns, funny stories and other narishkeit from our readers.
ONLY IN ISRAEL
Readers relate experiences that could happen only in our beloved country.
RAFAEL MOSES, A DISTINGUISHED SOUTHERN US JEW
The Moses family played a critical role during the American Civil War.
SPORTS AND NUTRITION—TWO SIDES TO WELLNESS
Both elements must combine to optimize health.
EAT AND ENJOY
Reporter readers share recipes for yummy mashed potatoes and fish cakes.
THE MAGIC CUP
Sometimes a critical moment can change one's entire life.
A TASTE OF REHOVOT: KATANA SUSHI& SAKE
A new restaurant on Kibbutz Na'an offers 'finger-lickin' good food.
A TRUE HAPPENING IN REHOVOT
Saving the life of a cat becomes a community effort in our town.
Engagements, marriages, births, bar and bat mitzvahs…it's all here.
REHOVOT REPORTER STAFF
Editor Rosalie Brosilow, 949-4851, email@example.com
Assistant editor, internet editor Annice Grinberg
Graphic designer Deena Lari
Circulation manager Barbara Pfeffer
Contributing editors Rabbi Aryeh Frimer, Jacqueline Backer, David Froehlich, Barney Azoulay, Henry Sussman, Aliza Weinberg, Deena Lari
Editorial proof reader Evelynne Goldman
Chair Barbara Pfeffer
Secretary Rahel Rogers
Treasurer Jeremy Pfeffer
AMIT Judy Malkosh, 945-4258
Berman Synagogue Mechael Kanovsky, 947-1359
Emunah Sandra Lampach, 946-8349
ESRA Annice Grinberg, 947-5510
HOB Ian Levitt 054 495 5268
WIZO Arlene Lungen, 947-4998
At large Alan Rockitter, 947-5511,
David Froehlich, 945-7671
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Clore Garden of Science
On the grounds of the Weizmann Institute is a wonderful science park that will educate and entertain young and old. The Clore Garden of Science - the museum-without-walls is an outdoor museum with interactive science exhibits. It is best enjoyed by people over the age of five.
Just north of the city, tucked behind the shiny buildings that make up the new Science Park, is an important piece of modern Israeli history that has been hidden beneath the ground for many years. In 1946 the Haganah opened a secret underground bullet factory that produced over 2 million bullets between 1946-1948. call ahead for reservations. 08 940-6552.
The house of Abraham Dondikov, one of the founders of Rehovot, was built on the top of the hill called "Hirbat-Douran", at the beginning of Rehovot history. The restored Dondikov House operates as a gallery for temporary exhibitions of local artists. In the yard, there are few artifacts such as old Eucalyptus trees and part of the original garden wall. In the future, Dondikov House will act as a municipal museum, featuring the history of Rehovot.