Wednesday, November 26, 2014 Kislev 4, 5775

And that includes its history-making Congregation Mikve Israel-Emanuel
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
When we traveled as a family, my parents never chose destinations like Hawaii or the Caribbean. Their explanation? Tropical destinations with fancy resorts were not "real" places. However, Mom and Dad would find Curaçao -- located in the Caribbean's southern reaches -- quite agreeable. While it has its share of resorts, beaches and diving schools, capital city Willemstad also sparkles...
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Get it in gear for winter
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
The concept of sportswear is a funny thing, especially as everybody seems to have a different concept of what it is supposed to be used for. Most people have at least one hoodie (hooded sweatshirt) floating in their weekend wardrobe. Some women may admit to having owned a sweat suit that was never meant to see a drop of sweat...
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Maia Silver read along as her teacher, miles away in a Lansdale home office, remotely highlighted each Hebrew word on her computer screen. " Ani lomedet bih beit sefer bih Cherry Hill ," the 14-year-old high school freshman said, filling in the end of the sentence with her hometown. " Yofi ," Ricky Markovitz's voice congratulated her through the computer...
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A mother's journey to help her sons heal meant re-evaluating that confidence
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Lori Samlin Miller, Jewish Exponent Feature
"No mother wants her child to suffer," Haleh Rabizadeh Resnick states in the beginning of her story, introducing the duality she explores in her new book, Little Patient, Big Doctor: One Mother's Journey . On the surface, it would appear that Resnick -- a Cherry Hill, N.J., Jewish mother of Iranian decent -- is responding to the blotchy rash that...
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Down Mexico way, peace and quiet -- and contortions
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Lauren Kramer, Jewish Exponent Feature
Puerto and Nuevo Vallarta have become thriving tourist destinations where big-name hotels jostle for space along the beachfront, and the Mexican experience becomes one of turquoise swimming pools and all-inclusive resorts. But I was headed for something quite different, a yoga and surf retreat 35 miles north in a town called Sayulita. Sayulita. The word dances from the lips with...
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