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    Peter Rothholz

    Peter specializes in writing about travel (all aspects), personality profiles, interviews, film, and book reviews.

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  • Diane J. Schmidt

    Diane covers social and environmental issues in the Southwest.

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  • Helen Zegerman Schwimmer

    Helen is a multifaceted writer whose contributions to AJPA member publications and secular outlets reflect her diverse interests including the education, Holocaust, Israel, travel, culinary arts and the modern Jewish family.

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