Wednesday, July 23, 2014 Tammuz 25, 5774
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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
The train rambled along -- somewhere between Washington and Philadelphia, northern Maryland probably -- when the stranger and I started talking. The overpriced, but delicious, chocolate-chip cookie from the cafe car broke the ice. She admired the treat, but declined my offer when I broke off a piece for her. Then we began chatting. "Laura" was a married woman on...
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
With all the holidays, birthdays and sports events over the last few months, I have had a packed social schedule. I've talked about finding a new significant other and how to focus on yourself as a stronger, improved person, but as I raced from one event to the next, I realized that sometimes being single is just great! My friend,...
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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
When it comes to a Jewish Christmas dance, people seem just as eager to leave as they were to get in. My adventure in the coat-room a few years ago really began when the party ended, providing me with lessons in dance management, as well as in the human condition. It was entertaining to watch, even if I felt like...
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
As 2006 comes to an end, it's only natural to make a list of New Year's resolutions. At least one of the following is part of the list every year: lose weight, exercise more, give up a vice, spend time with loved ones, start a new hobby or find a "bashert." According to a recent JDate poll, some 44 percent...
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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
Whether it's the Matzah Ball, the Gefilte-Fish Gala, the Chanukah Hora or simply the "Jewish dance on Christmas," it's that time of year again. Whatever Jews do for Christmas, we certainly know how to throw a dance party. I've been to my fair share over the years. Experiences at these events are as varied as the people there. I've attended...
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