Tuesday, September 23, 2014 Elul 28, 5774

Sure, now, says South Africa, not ignoring its turbulent history
By:
Elyse Glickman
Last summer, we were glued to our televisions during the World Cup in South Africa in ways that transcended the action on the soccer field. With media attention that followed, including the array of travel stories on sites along the Vanda Waterfront and Table Mountain, people got an extensive look at how the legendary Nelson Mandela's vision of coexistence is...
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Why 'Life's Journey' begins at home
By:
Elyse Glickman
If you are single, chances are this thought went through your head: Billions of people in the world and thousands of nice Jewish singles in your own city -- so, why are you still single? Or, if you are attached, but hitting road blocks in your dealings with your significant other, you may be wondering why the person sitting in...
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Close to San Juan, but far and away, it has a style all its own
By:
Sharon McDonnell
I'm in Vieques, Puerto Rico, in the lobby of the new W Retreat & Spa -- where Alain Ducasse, the three-Michelin-star French chef, opened his first restaurant in the Caribbean. I'm talking to Patricia Urquiola, the Spanish lead designer behind the blend of the whimsical and recycled at the resort. But only for a minute; the designer of everything from...
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By:
Rachel Vigoda
Israeli company Teva Pharmaceutical Industries has big plans for expanding its Philadelphia presence. The biggest generic drug-maker in the world is opening a new distribution center on Red Lion Road in Northeast Philadelphia. The plan is to merge the company's current distribution operations in Bucks County, the Lehigh Valley and North Wales, Montgomery County, where the U.S. headquarters is located,...
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Transplant websites offer the chance to save a life
By:
Rachel Vigoda
Every day for a week, Rabbi Adam Wohlberg of Temple Sinai in Dresher woke up exhausted and achy. He had to stay home from services and skipped a few meetings. But the rabbi wasn't worried. It was all in the name of pikuach nefesh -- saving a life. Wohlberg's symptoms were brought on by a bad cold, likely exacerbated by...
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