Thursday, November 20, 2014 Heshvan 27, 5775

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Gloria Hayes Kremer, JE Feature
You'd love to visit Europe. You daydream of exotic cities, hill towns, folk art, bikini-filled beaches, magnificent museums, but you stop and wonder if the cost of an overseas vacation -- especially in light of the record-breaking highs of the euro -- might be prohibitive. Dream no more! Get your passport and make plans to visit Portugal, one of the...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
With 100-degree Houston heat bearing down on a sweltering soccer field, the Philadelphia girls 16-and-under squad were fighting hard to win a chance to play for the gold. With under one minute to go, they trailed a team from the Washington, D.C., area 2-1, and it appeared that their time in the JCC Maccabi Games last month was close to...
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Andrew Lasner
Now is a great time to buy a house. Prices are falling, and so are mortgage rates. Millions of houses are for sale, and sellers are getting anxious. Alternatively, you could say: This is a bad time to buy a house. Prices and rates might be lower in a few months. With more than 4 million houses on the market...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
For college students interested in Middle Eastern politics, taking classes on the subject or debating with peers can provide an entry point into shaping their own ideas on often contentious issues. However, if a student happens to hold pro-Israel or anti-Islamist views, they are frequently in the minority on school grounds and, in fact, may be shouted down by professors...
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When Shirley Rachlin started Reform Congregation Keneseth Israel's Richard E. Rudolph Jr. preschool program back in 1957, she aimed to provide the two dozen students under her watch with an arena for hands-on learning experiences. So the Wyncote resident, now 81, had the children bake hamantashen, make puppets, celebrate Shabbat and sing songs with the rabbi, among other activities. The...
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