Wednesday, July 1, 2015 Tammuz 14, 5775
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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
A while back, I was talking with a friend who lamented how it's nearly impossible to meet someone at a regular place like a supermarket who would meet all the rigid requirements of compatibility and attractiveness -- and still be Jewish. "It's tough enough, and then, it's not like you can ask someone if they're Jewish," she said. A few...
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Is Facebook -- or face to face -- the answer to courtship?
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Andrew Butler, JE Feature
You want to ask that cute coworker or classmate out for Valentine's Day, but can't seem to get up the gumption to do it in person. Is it okay to ask for a date via e-mail? What about a MySpace comment? Writing on a Facebook wall? Sending a text message? AIM? Voice mail? We've never had so many chances to...
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By:
Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
In this extended political season, I am officially making an announcement: I will not run, nor will I accept, a nomination for the presidency. Even though the general election is still almost 10 months away and the primary season will be wrapped up in a week or two -- way earlier than in years past -- we are emerging from...
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By:
Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
By now, most of those New Year's resolutions are fading fast. Getting to the gym religiously is starting to lose its luster. The regimented diet's getting a little bland. Those other vices squeezed out by the resolution list are creeping back. Perhaps as a way to jar you back into those resolutions -- or at least remind you of the...
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By:
Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
Last weekend marked the official end of summer, and with it, we can bury the glorious excitement that accompanies the warm-weather season. Kids go back to school, and adults go back to work, knowing that the next three-day weekend won't arrive for months. The eternal hope of summer romance -- the same topic John Travolta and Olivia Newton John exuberantly...
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