Saturday, August 29, 2015 Elul 14, 5775

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Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
After the party ended and everyone else went home, we stood in the doorway of the guest bedroom. We were two adults -- grown up, both unattached and alone together. As we chatted there, she moved in close to me, and then got quiet. There was a moment. It was one of those moments. It had been a long time...
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By:
Fred D. Snitzer, JE Feature
Do we Americans expect too much out of our economy, and when the economy doesn't deliver, do we expect too much out of our government? It's easy to cast aspersions on America's spending habits, self-absorption and provincialism, but these criticisms are usually overdone, unwarranted and motivated by the envy of others. Nevertheless, in the current clamor of an election year...
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Sure, but what if they're different ages ...
Some grandparents do it to be fair to all the siblings. Some grandparents do it so cousins get to know each other. Some grandparents simply love having all, or at least a group of their grandchildren together while on a vacation. However, unless your grandkids are twins or same-age cousins, you should consider the challenges -- and pleasures -- that...
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By:
Jon Entine, JE Feature
Since the horror of the Holocaust, Jews have been at the forefront of those debunking notions that they could be defined by blood ancestry, as a "race." The notion of race seemed to be dead as a scientific concept as recently as 2000, when the first sketch of the human genome was unveiled. "We are all, regardless of race, 99.9...
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A warm winter didn't stop the Tuesday/Thursday 2-year-old class at Or Ami Nursery School from "playing in the snow" this season. Teachers Roz Shrager and Susan Silverman imported some in for fun. Enjoying the shaving-cream "snow" (from left) are Jared Rutman and Max Baer.
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