Wednesday, January 28, 2015 Shevat 8, 5775

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The last time Traci Confer ran for office, she garnered only 532 votes. But that race wasn't for keeps, she says, a fact she plans to make up for this time around. Confer will face Democrat John Sabatina Jr. and Republican Charles R. Ebsworth Sr. as the Green Party's candidate in the March 14 special election to fill the seat...
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Carin M. Smilk
Taking in the pungent, humid air of the orchid room, it was easy to ignore the frigid air outside, which hovered in the mid-20s. Inside Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, it was far preferable to wallow in the scents of trees and flowers, part of a celebration of the holiday of Tu B'Shevat this past Sunday. It was the third...
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Andrew Lasner
The home-selling process differs from state to state, but there are some essential steps most home sellers should take before listing a house with an agent or selling it for sale by owner. • Get pre-approved for a home loan and a home-equity line of credit. It is not at all uncommon for sellers who have signed a contract to...
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My Groundhog Day party was a hit. Always is. Every year. Like clockwork. With a little inspiration, we can turn any calendar anomaly into a holiday, and any holiday into an event. TuB'Shevat seder. Purimschpiel. "Do Business in Your Bathrobe Day." Even Super Bowl Sunday can be fun once you turn off the TV and dig into the hummus. There...
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If it ain't "Brokeback," don't fix it … Just give in, Hollywood seems to be saying. Indeed, everywhere you go - movies, TV, billboards, Western suburbs - there seem to be two cowguys alternately hugging and pushing each other away. Attention, John Wayne: These pilgrims have arrived on a different ship. Sure, "Brokeback Mountain" breaks taboos, but is it the...
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