Wednesday, July 29, 2015 Av 13, 5775

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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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Meet the people charged with making Philadelphia the destination of choice for tourists and locals.
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Robert Libkind, Inside Magazine feature
Stroll through Old City or anywhere near Independence Hall on a weekend day and you can’t help but notice the large number of tourists, even during this past brutal winter. And with spring’s arrival and the peak vacation season fast approaching, the throngs of visitors will increase exponentially. It wasn’t always so. Although the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall have...
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