Sunday, May 3, 2015 Iyyar 14, 5775

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Michael L. Schwartz, JE Feature
Chicken soup for the investor? My years as a financial advisor have given me insight into the complex relationships between investors and the ever-changing financial markets. While I do not present the following principles as immutable laws, I want to share them with you as you savor a cup of coffee this morning (or maybe down a bowl of chicken...
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While the two presidential candidates have based their pitches to the Jewish community largely around Israel and foreign policy issues, the American Jewish Committee's annual Survey of American Jewish Opinion shows that the paramount issue among Jews is exactly the same as it is for Americans in general: namely, the faltering economy. "A couple of months ago Iraq was the...
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Michelle Mostovy-Eisenberg, JE Feature
Sigmund Freud's famous case histories are perhaps best known for the Oedipal issues involved and the suppressed sexuality the pioneering psychoanalyst said he found in all of his patients, some of which was revealed through interpreting their dreams. But psychiatrist Dr. Harold Blum, who is director of the Sigmund Freud Archives and the former editor in chief of the Journal...
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A Jewish museum in Holland is all for kids' sake
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Lauren Kramer, JE Feature
If you have ever tried to schlep a child through the galleries of a museum, you'll know it's often not a completely pleasurable experience. But the Jewish Children's Museum of Holland stands as a stark exception to that rule. The three-level museum that rubs shoulders with the adult-oriented Joods Historisch Museum in Amsterdam is a delightful, bright space that invites...
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Alzheimer's conference brings together Israelis and Palestinians
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Diana Aydin, JE Feature
For the past three years, Mark Gluck, professor of neuroscience at Rutgers University-Newark, often spent nearly half of his weeks working for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Tuesdays and Thursdays were devoted to developing military robots -- the "R2-D2s for the future" -- and, in the past, he also worked for the Office of Naval Research "to help the...
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