Monday, September 1, 2014 Elul 6, 5774

Jared Shelly

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While two large men wrapped in towels sit and sweat in the 182-degree heat, a Southampton Spa worker enters the sauna area, opens a metal oven door and splashes peppermint laced water onto a mass of hot rocks. The flavorful steam wafts around the room and in between the wooden benches, adding a touch of spring to what seems like...
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By sculpting a raised arm emerging from a solid piece of marble, Jennifer Goldberg sought, through her art, to stress resistance rather than suffering. "When you see a lot of the Holocaust, it's people being victims," said Goldberg, 16, who just finished her sophomore year at Akiba Hebrew Academy in Merion Station. "I was trying to show something that represented...
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Although it may have been years since they last got a chance to slide into their old military gear, Jewish veterans of World War II donned various pieces of their uniforms to participate in a recent event marking the 62nd anniversary of D-Day on June 6. The ceremony, called "The Finest Hour: World War II and the Jews Who Fought...
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An interfaith group some 500 strong, wearing white clothing, walked through the streets of Philadelphia last Sunday to foster a common goal: peace. The third annual "Philadelphia Interfaith Walk for Peace and Reconciliation" on June 4 took these peace-seekers from the Al Aqsa Islamic Society in the Kensington section of the city to St. Peter's Church on the edge of...
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Meet Harold Buzgon. He's 32, well dressed, has short black hair and makes good money as a human resources consultant. He's also dying to date a Jewish girl. But finding a date can be tough. At his age, the days of easily meeting someone in class or at a mixer are long gone. His location has also proven to be...
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