Sarah Moosazadeh

Writer

Freelance writer covering different cultures and people who are creating an impact in the world.

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Atlanta Jewish Times

Epstein Sends 40 Graduates Over the Rainbow

Many are unaware of the path their lives will take after graduation, but for 40 Epstein School eighth-graders, the journey seems less challenging, thanks to the values the...

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Davis' 68 Grads Urged Not to Forget the Present

Between endings and beginnings, one moment - the present - often gets overlooked, Rabbi Micah Lapidus said during the Davis Academy 's 2018 graduation ceremony Thursday, May 31....

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200+ Break Silence on Addiction, Mental Illness

Atlanta native and Temple Sinai member Arin Clements struggled for years with meth, heroin and other opioids. Her addiction worsened after her father left and her mother died of...

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College Graduation Shows Value of Coaching

Next Generation Men and Women co-founder and Chief Operating Officer Ben Sperling hardly knew the impact he would have on one boy's life until a chance encounter years later in...

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Nursing Degree Fulfills Persian Family's Dreams

Jewish Iranian-American Jessica Nooriel believes her graduation from the Nell Hodgson Woodruff School of Nursing at Emory fulfills not only her dreams, but also those of her...

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Barnsley Offers Timeless Home Away From Home

Drive past Adairsville's acres of farmland along a winding road known as CCC and you will see signs for Barnsley Resort. The hour ride northwest of Atlanta leads to an...

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Indoor Flying Is a 100-mph Rush

There are not many places to get the stimulation of free-falling, which perhaps is why iFly is different. Eager to experience the thrill of skydiving, I recently visited the...

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Pinup Fashion Empowers Women With Nostalgia

Pinup model Shellie Schmals recalls as a child dancing with her father on weekends while playing 1950s records in the background. The experience is one of many that spurred her...

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Izzy Maternity Goes Beyond Moms-to-Be

Israel Vahaba has managed Izzy Maternity for 33 years. In that time, he has witnessed a shift in fashion and his customers' average age, but the one thing that hasn't changed,...

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Love Unwavering as Israel Evolves, AJC Is Told

Flare-ups in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict such as the violence in recent weeks on the Gaza border can force the religious community to speak up and enter the challenging...

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Differences Set Van Michael a Cut Above

Hairstyles have come and gone, but Van Michael Salon has tried to provide customers a different experience for 34 years. After opening in 1984 at 39 W. Paces Ferry Road, which...

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Riverwood Friends Honor Brain Cancer Battle

Riverwood seniors Sophie Yagoda and Lily Schneider didn't just want to make a difference when their friend Brantley Dobbs died of DIPG, a malignant pediatric brain tumor. They...

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Pain Worth Gain For Ben Levy After Donating Marrow

Atlanta trial lawyer Ben Levy was about to approach the Kotel when his father, Robert, sent him a text, telling him that a relative was accepting the bone marrow Levy had...

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Robotic Arm Helps Drummer Beat Disability

Georgia Tech professor Gil Weinberg has worked on musical robots for years, but after drummer Jason Barnes asked him to create a prosthetic that would help him perform again,...

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Sniper Instructor: FIDF Donations Crucial

His military friends called him an idiot for eating sandwiches with sand and standing in the sun when he could be partying at college, but Israel Defense Forces Sgt. Yaniv's...

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Tourism to Israel Keeps Smashing Records

With new hotels seemingly arising on every corner, a lively nightlife, and enough restaurants and museums to satisfy a range of appetites, Israel's tourism has boomed the past...

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Red Pepper Off to Sizzling Start in Brookhaven

Quality ingredients and a family-friendly atmosphere are not the only reasons chef Mimmo Alboumeh's Red Pepper Taqueria is doing well since opening in Town Brookhaven, but they...

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5 Students Blamed for Anti-Semitic Graffiti

Milton police arrested five high school students Friday, April 13, in connection with anti-Semitic graffiti discovered on a Jewish family's driveway four days earlier. Hilary...

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Trump, Obama Share Mideast Goals, Not Tactics

When pro-Israel people evaluate the U.S. president, they focus on his attitude toward Israel, but his views on the Middle East as a whole determine his stance on Israel, Michael...

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Israel Is Unsurprisingly Unfinished at Age 70

Israel has done a lot in 70 years in comparison with the United States at the same age in 1846, said Ken Stein, the president of the Center for Israel Education, but it remains...