Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Tishri 28, 5775

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As a guidance counselor for the School District of Philadelphia, Linda Dubin Garfield always taught her students to follow their dreams. But it wasn't until she retired in 2002 that she actually practiced what she preached when it came to her life. From the age of 8, Garfield was interested in art, but "never felt good enough at it." So...
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Eight sporting greats - one of them deceased - were honored Sunday for their athletic achievements by being inducted into the Philadelphia Jewish Sports Hall of Fame at the Gershman Y in Center City. The honorees included two wrestlers, three basketball players, a track star, a soccer coach - even a sportscaster. "It was always an inconvenience to be a...
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Andrew Lasner, JE Feature
There are multiple factors that come into play concerning the health of a real estate market. A buyer and seller need to be aware of where in the real estate market cycle they find themselves. If you are a first-time home buyer and you feel that the market is slowing down for sales, you may wish to "time" your purchase...
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Give her the special treatment on that special day
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Gloria Hayes Kremer, JE Feature
Forget about the laundry - Dad should be doing it anyway - let the dishes relax in the sink, don't answer anyone asking,"Where did you put my … ?" It's time to just be queen for a day for the all-around, can-do-everything, female dynamo. Welcome to Mom's Day 2006. And as the Clairol ad says, "You're worth it!" With Mother's...
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Mort Alper, JE Feature
Jekyll Island has a checkered history, having been occupied at various times by Indian tribes, Spanish missionaries, English soldiers and French settlers. In January 1888, East Coast millionaires bought the island from John du Bignon and his brother-in-law, Newton Finney, who'd only paid $13,100 for the land, but having sized up their prospective buyers, resold it to them for $125,000...
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