Sunday, July 5, 2015 Tammuz 18, 5775
Jewish oral histories have found new life — and relevance — in the 21st century
By:
Gail Snyder, Inside Magazine feature
The oldest form of recording our histories is now benefitting from a rush to digital archiving.
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The Transition Team: Meet the people who make resting places their business.
By:
Barbara S. Rothschild, Inside Magazine feature
Jewish funeral home owners describe how the business of death has evolved over the years.
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By:
Barbara S. Rothschild, Inside Magazine feature
Cremation, long one of the most difficult subjects for Jewish families, is being broached more frequently than ever.
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Hospice professionals can completely change how people die, as well as how their loved ones go on living.
By:
Amy Wright Glenn, Inside Magazine feature
Hospice is becoming a more viable option for Jewish families looking for end-of-life care.
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Looking back to move forward
By:
Carol Saline, Inside Magazine feature
The ways that we memorialize the departed are changing — and fast. Commemorating a loved one has never been so open to interpretation.
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