Wednesday, October 22, 2014 Tishri 28, 5775

Or wait until summer to see the salmon spawn
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Lauren Kramer, JE Feature
For most of us, lox and bagels are the closest we ever come to the humble salmon. We've consumed their smoked, pink flesh for years at Bar Mitzvahs and Sunday brunches, but to really know these tenacious fish, you have to get down onto their level and see just where they come from, and the odds of their survival. Clad...
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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
In about 25 hours, I drove 184 miles, hit three events, then needed a day to recover. After having the customary Chinese dinner with my parents on Christmas Eve, I hit the road. This year, rather than join the more than 600 people at the Pulse of Philly dance, I opted for the Matzahball in New York City. The venue...
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Amy Leinbach Marquis, JE Feature
Are you going to be one of the anticipated millions set to attend presidential inaugural ceremonies on Jan. 20 in Washington, D.C.? How about a little history about the White House that so many and yet so few are chosen to live in. In 1861, when a Union militia was called in to protect the White House as tensions rose...
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
The memories came rushing back to him and were responsible, in great part, for his latest book, A Course in Happiness: Mastering the 3 Levels of Self-Understanding That Lead to True and Lasting Contentment. Inspired by a father who, in his adolescence, yearned to be a rabbi and enjoyed reading the Talmud, Mardi Horowitz, M.D., says he learned a value...
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Fred D. Snitzer, JE Feature
For those of us with a darker view of the human experience, life is a battle. You fight, struggle, get knocked down, pick yourself up, then get knocked down again. You don't really know where you are in the battle until the fight is almost over, when the benefits of time and distance afford you the perspective to see clearly...
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