Tuesday, October 21, 2014 Tishri 27, 5775

By:
Aaron Passman, Staff Writer
If Anatoliy Kenis fights the way that he talks, then he'll have no trouble bringing home a few gold medals. The 40-year-old, Ukrainian-born judoka (that's judo competitor, for those not in the know) is about as big as a bear, but he gives off the air of being quiet and reserved. Get him talking about his 35 years of fighting,...
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Aaron Passman, Staff Writer
In the Specter household, it's no stretch to say that squash is the family sport. Parents Shanin and Tracey met one another back in 1982 on the squash court while they were students at the University of Pennsylvania; these days, they can regularly be found playing on the family court. Sometimes the senior Specter, grandfather Arlen -- yes, that Arlen...
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Aaron Passman, Staff Writer
Sara Brams-Miller is hoping the World Maccabiah Games will not only be her first step into international competition, but will also lead into professional cycling one day. She will be the only Philadelphia-area cyclist riding in open cycling at next month's games. Several other local riders will be competing in masters cycling. The 25-year-old native of Bethlehem, Pa., turned to...
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Jan L. Apple, Jewish Exponent Feature
Jewish tradition teaches that "if you save one life, it is as if you have saved an entire world." It certainly mattered for Missy Stein. "One person can make a difference," said Stein, a seven-year survivor of breast cancer and event co-chair with Nancy Selarnick of "The Power of One." This recent luncheon and fundraiser sponsored by the Sisterhood of...
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Martinique's croissant culture adds a little Carib spice to the mix
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George Medovoy, Jewish Exponent Feature
They're popping corks of French Bordeaux for a romantic dinner at Plein Soleil in the hills above Baie du Robert. And on a tiny street near the airport, women dressed in white smocks say, "Bonjour, monsieur," as they fill a bag with dainty pralines and tropical mints in a shop you'd joyously discover in Paris. Meanwhile, in the green valleys...
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