Sunday, July 5, 2015 Tammuz 18, 5775

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Susan Perloff | JE Feature
The minute you meet Tricia Fleishman -- the moment her royal blue eyes look into yours -- you know you want her to be your friend, your neighbor or your mom. In your dreams, this generous, trusting, honest woman marries your brother -- or saves your life. Born and raised in Roslyn, N.Y., Tricia married Stanley, a Philadelphia native. Both...
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Armed with a can of plum spray paint, Fernando Romero swiftly filled in a section of exposed gray stucco wall on an apartment building just off Temple University's main campus. Above him, another artist on a ladder added a skyline of black towers flanking huge green letters that spelled out: "Defend the Future."
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Gratz College's 32-year-old Holocaust Oral History Archive contains interviews with more than 900 survivors of the Shoah, amounting to thousands of hours of testimony.
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Todd H. Goldberg, M.D. | JE Feature
Are you or some of your loved ones old and sick and miserable?
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Eve Glickman | JE Feature
Around 1966, during her "one last fling" before settling down to marriage, my mother took a big trip to Europe with a detour to Israel to visit friends of relatives residing on a military base near Tel Aviv.
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