Tuesday, July 7, 2015 Tammuz 20, 5775

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A group of volunteers helped local farmers prepare for the upcoming planting season.
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Jon Marks
The Temple women’s lacrosse coach attributes her success and work ethic to her parents and her Jewish upbringing.
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The Mainland Inn sets a new standard for responsible cuisine.
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Whether you think of it as an ethos, a business plan, a marketing ploy or some combination of the three, there is no disputing that the farm-to-table concept — which has seen restaurants of all denominations commit to buying as much local, sustainably produced comestibles as their clientele will support — continues to pick up a momentum that would have...
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A return trip to Israel yields some timeless pleasures.
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Becoming part of another country’s culture can change your own.
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By Hilary Danailova, Inside Magazine feature
The year after college, when most of my friends were backpacking through Europe, zigzagging their way across the Continent in an if-this-is-Thursday-it-must-be-Belgium kind of way, I spent a half-year in Italy. Northern Italy, to be exact: in six months, I never made it south of Florence. Or north of the Veneto. I never even saw a coastline. While my friends...
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