Friday, April 18, 2014 Nisan 18, 5774
By:
Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
Shabbat in Paris might not have the same ooh la la flair as, say, strolling along the Seine with a special someone on a warm summer night. But earlier this summer, I spent my first Friday in Paris with a group of new and interesting friends. After more than a week on my own in Amsterdam and Brussels, my Parisian...
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
Deep down, something is wrong from the beginning, but you don't want to admit it to yourself because you would rather be in an unhealthy relationship to avoid the pain of breaking up. Maybe your relationship has up till then been amazing, and out of nowhere the great dynamic between you and your significant other changes. Still, you decide to...
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By:
Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
After hitting a homer, single and triple, I was batting for a cycle -- all I needed was a double. The ball was going exactly where I aimed: left field; it turned out to be a grounder that traveled between first and second bases, way over the centerfielder's head, and into the woods. This was not a high-stakes softball game,...
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Rachel Silverman, Jewish Exponent Staff
Becky Coren, Rachel Vassar and Rebecca Karp are sitting at a wine bar, not far from their new Center City digs. Sampling tapas, the trio start ticking off their social commitments for the next few months faster than you can say "blonde, brunette and redhead." "Black-tie bowling, scotch-tasting, book club, kickball team ... " begins Coren, 23, the brunette, a...
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By:
Adina Matusow, JE Feature
When you're in a relationship, it's natural to want to share everything with your partner. But how much sharing is too much? Is there a certain time in the relationship when you should share more? When is it time to offer a house key, a bank code or a password? George on the sitcom "Seinfeld" felt a password was private...
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