Monday, September 1, 2014 Elul 6, 5774

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Aaron Passman, JE Feature
Soccer devotees in the City of Brotherly Love scored some winning goals themselves last week, as the home of American independence vied for the title of being home to the world's most popular sport. On Jan. 12, Philadelphia was among the 18 cities selected as finalists to host the World Cup, should the contest come to the United States in...
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
Beverlye Hyman Fead was frightened. She had already been through a bout with uterine lining cancer some 19 years ago, lived through a radical hysterectomy, and was told since the cancer was self-contained, no more treatments were necessary. "My grandmother, mother and two sisters died of cancer, so I thought I was the lucky one. Now it was my turn,...
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Lauren Kramer, JE Feature
It's erev Chanukah and the Bezemstraat playground, a large courtyard in the historic heart of Holland's The Hague, is empty of children. In its center stands an odd piece of artwork: a series of steel shapes resembling chairs of different sizes. Come closer and you see that the first names of children are inscribed on each steel bar of the...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Taking a casual glance at the crowd gathered at the Wachovia Center during the Philadelphia 76ers game on Jan. 13, it was clear that the fans hadn't come together just to witness another matchup with division rivals, the New York Knicks. A group of guys with beards and yarmulkes were cheering on the home team. A group of girls were...
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Jon Marks, JE Feature
Omri Casspi knew it was time to put the "agony of defeat" aside and head out to meet his adoring public. Even though it was Erev Shabbat, a large contingent inside the Wachovia Center had stayed behind after his Sacramento Kings lost to the 76ers on Jan. 15. Once he left the Kings locker room and headed up the tunnel,...
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