Wednesday, July 29, 2015 Av 13, 5775

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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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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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Al Perloff never intended to ask Geri Richman out. But when his previously scheduled date for the evening called to cancel, he turned to the cashier and bookkeeper at his father's Upper Darby meat market as a viable replacement. "I looked at her in the cash box and said, 'Would you like to go out with me?' She was more...
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Israel has long known that its highly educated and entrepreneurial workforce constitutes its greatest natural resource. Now a growing number of Israeli companies are offering American organizations high-quality business solutions and professional services at prices that are significantly lower than in the United States. To promote this emerging trend and encourage more Americans to take advantage of Israeli talent, the...
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
Ending a relationship can leave you feeling empty and alone. Our hearts can feel so hurt that we forget that breaking up with a significant other can ultimately bring out the best in us. But it also represents an opportunity to rediscover yourself. You spend more time with family and friends, and more important, you spend more time unaccompanied -...
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