Friday, August 22, 2014 Av 26, 5774

Jared Shelly

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Ten years ago, Jeremy Cowan could be seen driving around San Francisco in his grandmother's Volvo, hand-delivering bottles of his homemade beer to local merchants. The label featured a smiling, cartoonish-like rabbi and a tongue-in-cheek name -- "He'Brew." The idea may have started out as a gag between Cowan and some of his friends, but he soon realized that he...
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When a band of Boy Scouts gets ready for a weekend camping trip, planning is an essential step in making sure that the event runs smoothly. When the Scout troop also happens to be Shomer Shabbat and keeps kosher, organization becomes even more vital, especially as Friday afternoon rolls around. "We make sure we get there with enough time to...
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Rather than going into the office -- business as usual -- 15 employees of Premier Brokerage Services in Jenkintown did something a little different on a recent workday: They cooked and packaged dinners to be distributed to low-income, isolated or homebound seniors. And they were paid for it. The insurance and financial-service employees donned aprons and hair nets while preparing...
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As model after model took to the runway to exhibit an array of colorful party dresses and gowns, 90 women from Main Line Reform Temple, Beth Elohim in Wynnewood were provided with a glimpse of what the best dressed will be wearing to formal affairs throughout the fall and winter seasons. Organized by the synagogue's Sisterhood, the fashion show and...
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Elisa Levin, whose younger brother Michael was killed Aug. 3, during the war in Lebanon, discussed her trip to Israel to attend the funeral. Levin recalled a reporter asking her, "If what you knew now, you knew back then, would you still let your brother move to Israel? Would you have tried to stop him?" "I immediately responded, 'Absolutely not.'...
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