Business & Innovation
From New York City to Jerusalem, 2012 .
(photo credit:OZNAYIM HAFAKOT/EARS PRODUCTIONS)
Brooklyn native Steven Sher was one of half a million young people at the Woodstock Music Festival of 1969, the iconic event of the hippie, anti-Vietnam War, free-love counterculture. Years later, when he was a college professor of English and writing, he penned a religious-themed poem about the experience.But that all happened before he changed his name to Shlomo Yashar and moved to Jerusalem with his wife, Nancy (now Ora), a school psychologist. During 36 years of marriage, they have traveled hand-in-hand on a path that led them to greater religious observance and Zionism. The route wound through some unusual locations.
By TALI KORD
By NATAN ODENHEIMER
By ORI GOLAN
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
By ALON MELAMED
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