Wednesday, May 27, 2015 Sivan 9, 5775

The World Parrot Refuge provides its 700-plus residents a nest egg of hope
By:
Lauren Kramer, JE Feature
Many of us are suckers for a pet store, drawn in by the allure of cuddly kittens, and mesmerized by the colorful plumage of exotic birds from all over the globe. What people don't typically stop and wonder about is the journey that these animals and birds traveled to get to the shop -- and, more importantly, what they left...
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When a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer, many of her most important questions can't be answered by a doctor: What if my insurance won't cover a new treatment? Do I risk losing my benefits if I am not working full-time? Will my boss let me take time off for treatment? To help women answer these questions, the American Bar...
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By:
Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Despite the impending harsh reality of having to close two of its stores -- in Jenkintown, Pa., and Cherry Hill, N.J. -- later this month because of pressing economic conditions, Robinson Luggage, a major and trusted member of the local business community since 1927, remains highly viable, if not as physically visible as before, with stores in Center City, Yardley...
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Yes, there is much to do in this overlooked nation
By:
Aaron Dalton, JE Feature
Among European countries, Belgium is often overlooked as a tourist destination. For anyone who likes chocolate and beer, this omission is a big mistake. Brussels, the Belgian capital, is the administrative center of the European Union, and therefore a magnet for European bureaucrats (aka "Eurocrats"), ambassadors, journalists, lobbyists, and all manner of businesspeople and deal-makers. Most people don't go to...
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Talk of embryos -- and the scientific, religious and moral implications of their treatment -- as well as how that treatment is defined and understood, keeps alive the intense debate about when human life actually begins. At the forefront of the dispute is Scott Gilbert, an internationally recognized Jewish professor of biology at Swarthmore College. His controversial statements, made at...
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