Thursday, October 30, 2014 Heshvan 6, 5775
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Philadelphia lawyer or San Antonio warrior? In the jump ball that is life and careers, Glenn Fine of Melrose Park saw it as no contest when it came to choosing between a career amid the legal courts or on the basketball court. Ultimately he chose law: "At 5 foot 9, I didn't think I had much of a future in...
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From an educational standpoint, Sara Landman's first start-up could be deemed a success. Over the past academic year, 10 families participated in the free literacy program she developed with help from the Tribe 12 Social Entrepreneur Fellowship. Several parents have asked to do it again. From a business standpoint, Landman's project is a labor of love, far from sustainable without...
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As Israeli tennis standout Nadine Fahoum struck a forehand, the pounded fuzz of a ball left the racquet strings on a perfect trajectory, accelerating and ascending well above the net, revolving dozens of times per second before descending and crashing deep in the court -- a puff of clay rising in its wake. Most people who pick up a racquet...
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Peter Ephross, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Nearly all fans of baseball history have heard of Hank Greenberg. Most have heard of Al Rosen. But fewer have heard of Cal Abrams, and hardly any, it's safe to say, have heard of Lou Limmer. All four are members of a compelling team -- the 165 American Jews who played Major League Baseball between the 1870s and the end...
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Phyllis Rubin, Jewish Exponent Feature
Many people feel they spend their time jumping through hoops and navigating hurdles, and end up drained by the effort. Eliana Yankelev, a senior at Lower Merion High School, spends much of her time jumping actual hurdles -- and seems to do it effortlessly. "I get really nervous before big races. I can't eat breakfast; I'm really hot, and my...
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