Thursday, December 18, 2014 Kislev 26, 5775

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Sharon McDonnell |JE Feature
Where's my wine? I'm at a 16th-century fortified farmhouse, now an exquisite boutique hotel in Puglia, in southern Italy on the heel of the boot, whose tower once guarded against attacks by Turkish pirates. But the only invasion the Masseria Torre Coccaro is bracing for today is a gaggle of hungry North Americans, for a class at its renowned cooking...
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Elyse Glickman | JE Feature
If you were to describe the American mindset with the name of a television show, what would it be?
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George Medovoy | JE Feature
There's a saying that Israelis are everywhere.
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In college, Shari Botwin was always dieting. Sometimes, the Cherry Hill, N.J., psychologist recalled, she would exercise three to four hours a day.
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At the schools run by the Abayudaya, the tiny Jewish community in Uganda, students of Jewish, Christian and Muslim backgrounds learn side by side.
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