Tuesday, September 16, 2014 Elul 21, 5774

By:
Rita Charleston, JE Feature
The chupah's been tastefully decorated, the ketubah signed. The bride is beautiful, the groom terribly handsome. The guests are smiling broadly and everything, including the food and flowers, are just as they should be. But that was years ago. Today, divorce is in the works, and everything's turned ugly. The feuding and fighting have been going on for far too...
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Aaron Dalton, JE Feature
Take a walk some Friday evening on Collins Avenue, the main drag of Miami Beach. Up around 40th Street, you won't see many joggers, bicyclists or sun-worshippers in bikinis. (They're all on the other side of the towering condominiums and resorts, enjoying the beautiful beaches and boardwalks.) But you will see Orthodox Jews dressed modestly despite the heat, walking to...
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By:
Fred D. Snitzer, JE Feature
By now, the sum of energy, time and words that have gone into explaining the reasons for the current market swoon (and what this swoon means for the future) is so vast as to constitute a potentially new energy source. Reams of paper, electronic words and -- unfortunately -- audible ones, have spilled forth from those experts who spend their...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
When 9-year-old Quinn Hovey stood behind home plate at Citizens Bank Park ready to catch the ceremonial first pitch, his parents could not help but be overjoyed. Sure, it was a rush for his father, Lonnie, to stand on the field before the Phillies took on the Washington Nationals on July 25 -- just inches from pro ballplayers -- but...
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heir ice cream establishment is 100 percent kosher
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Rachel Silverman, JE Feature
At first glance, "Just Chill" looks like any another neighborhood ice cream joint. Mango, cherry and lemon water ice flavors tempt patrons with their cool, slushy texture. Groups of children wait anxiously for cones of creamy soft serve. Teens congregate on benches out front. The difference? A small sign in the window reading "Everything 100 Percent Kosher." "Just Chill," which...
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