Wednesday, August 20, 2014 Av 24, 5774

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Alyssa Galella, JE Feature
For its manufacturers, the impression that dark chocolate is nutritious has become sweet news indeed. And the response has been that Americans have certainly begun to consume more of it -- with bittersweet results. In 1995, 20 percent of Americans preferred dark chocolate, as compared to 80 percent for milk chocolate. But by 2005, tastes had changed, with 37 percent...
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For some Hillel students at Temple University in Philadelphia, their building on North Broad Street is one that has been passed down through the generations. Their parents, for instance, know all about the oven's quirks from way back. The "elders" also recall when certain promises were made -- that a new building for Hillel was going to be built for...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
STDD: Score, time, down, distance to the goal. That's Merrill Reese's philosophy when broadcasting a football game. After 29 years as the radio announcer for the Philadelphia Eagles, Reese still sticks to the basics. "A great broadcaster is not a great broadcaster on the strength of his touchdown calls or home run calls. That's all icing on the cake," said...
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Lower Moreland High School's Taylor Cohen won the PIAA Class AA singles tennis championship, not losing one set during competition.
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At the Mid-Atlantic Junior JCC Maccabi Games held June 3 in Wilmington, Del., the 10- to 12-year-old athletes from Philadelphia competed well, according to the JCCs of Greater Philadelphia. Local kids earned 46 swimming medals and four in tennis. The Bucks County region won gold medals in both boys and girls soccer, while the Bux-Mont JCC boys took home a...
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