Thursday, March 26, 2015 Nisan 6, 5775
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Laynie Ginsburg, 21 years old at the time, knew that in order to give her budding romance an opportunity to blossom, she needed to move clear across the country to Philadelphia, and try sharing an apartment - and, for a time, her life - with a guy she didn't know all that well. The Omaha, Neb. native had spent the...
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
From the minute we start to understand our world, we know that couples are all around. Whether it''s our parents, grandparents or family friends, most of us are surrounded by married people as we grow up. It makes sense for us to play house with a mom and dad figure, and it''s only natural for us to actually want to...
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In her 20s, she thought solely about her education. In her early 30s, she concentrated on moving up the corporate ladder. Only as she began nearing 40 did it really sink in, quite suddenly, that she was still single. Now, at age 41, Cara Levinson continues to hope that her life might have a happily-ever-after ending. But she isn't nervous...
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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
When I walked into the room, the average age of the people sitting there dropped by about 25 years. The small group gathered for the Shabbat Singles service was comprised of people old enough to be my grandparents, or at least my older aunts and uncles. The singles service was supposed to be for people in their 20s through 40s...
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Meet Harold Buzgon. He's 32, well dressed, has short black hair and makes good money as a human resources consultant. He's also dying to date a Jewish girl. But finding a date can be tough. At his age, the days of easily meeting someone in class or at a mixer are long gone. His location has also proven to be...
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