Saturday, July 26, 2014 Tammuz 28, 5774

By:
Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
After hitting a homer, single and triple, I was batting for a cycle -- all I needed was a double. The ball was going exactly where I aimed: left field; it turned out to be a grounder that traveled between first and second bases, way over the centerfielder's head, and into the woods. This was not a high-stakes softball game,...
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but the rest of Tenerife is a real awakening!
By:
Silke Schmidt, JE Feature
The volcano is sleeping. With its last eruption on the slopes of Pico Viejo -- the old crater -- in 1798 and over a period of three months, Mount Teide has shown itself peaceful to the people living at its foot on Tenerife, one of Spain's Canary Islands, for more than 200 years now. But the sleeping beauty -- visible...
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By:
Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Adam Alper's body hurt. His muscles burned, his joints ached, and the thought of quitting kept drifting through his mind, he recalled. He'd been at it for more than nine hours, starting with a 2.4-mile swim that seemed like it took place ages ago. Then there was a 112-mile bike ride that tested the limits of his thigh muscles. And...
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By:
Adina Matusow, JE Feature
When you're in a relationship, it's natural to want to share everything with your partner. But how much sharing is too much? Is there a certain time in the relationship when you should share more? When is it time to offer a house key, a bank code or a password? George on the sitcom "Seinfeld" felt a password was private...
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The kids at Camp Gan Yeladeem at Beth Sholom Preschool in Elkins Park are learning about "Art From Around the World" this summer. The children studied different cultures as they explored art and sculpture from various countries. Preschoolers ages 3 to 5 copied paintings, made quilts, handmade their own beads and discovered face-painting.
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