Sunday, November 23, 2014 Kislev 1, 5775

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Rachel Levy Lesser, Jewish Exponent Feature
If you want your family to stay close, then buy a house at the shore. That seems to be the consensus among the generations of families who have been sharing houses at the Jersey shore summer after summer. Linda Sohn of Holland, Pa., who has spent nine summers with her husband, two daughters, sons-in-law and four grandsons at their house...
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Sally Friedman, Jewish Exponent Feature
I was recently standing with my husband in the vast lobby of the Borgata, presumably Atlantic City's eighth wonder of the world. The place was opulent, naughty and dizzying, sometimes all at once. But I was remembering another Atlantic City, the one so familiar to legions of Jewish Philadelphians, the one my grandmother called "Tlontic City." There were no glittering...
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It's pretty standard for synagogues to require a ticket for entry into High Holiday services. But whoever heard of needing tickets for a seat in the sanctuary on a Shabbat morning in mid-August -- up in the Poconos, no less? But things have always operated in a "counterseasonal" manner at Congregation B'nai Harim, a 13-year-old Reform synagogue situated at 1,800...
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Daphna Berman, Jewish Exponent Feature
Michael Kogan has always stopped to help people stranded on the side of the road. But for Kogan, 28, a Ukrainian-born Israeli who relocated to Philadelphia four years ago, the decision to stop and help a stranger on a dark road on April 17 has forever changed his life. "I saw a woman on the side and she looked like...
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Debra Flax, Jewish Exponent Feature
For the third year in a row, Harri Goodwin found a summer escape in Wynnewood. For the 8-year-old from Manhattan, that meant attending a local camp, playing Wii with his summer siblings, walking their dogs and taking excursions with them to the beach. Harri just spent two weeks with Barry and Carrie Jacobson as a beneficiary of the Fresh Air...
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