Thursday, May 26, 2016 Iyyar 18, 5776

Try spooning in the North Fork
By:
Ben G. Frank, JE Feature
Do you love Long Island vacations, but hate all the glitz, to say nothing of the horrendous traffic jams that clog the highways out to the Hamptons, where the power brokers of Gotham rest and party? Want something less "frenetic," something to calm the nerves, a place where you can inhale fresh breezes? Well, there is such a dream locale,...
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Nannies are much in demand in these double-income times
By:
Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Whether out of economic necessity or personal and professional drive -- or a combination of both -- more and more couples, and singles, with young children, work outside the home these days. There are a variety of reasons why these parents, and guardians as well, require and request, from time to time, help raising/safeguarding kids at home. Such situations pose...
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By:
Fred D. Snitzer, JE Feature
The new president will confront some good and bad news about the economy. First, the bad news: We may experience, according to some economists, a severe and prolonged recession, one that could last through 2009 and see the unemployment rate rise to more than 8 percent. The good news is the same -- we may experience a severe and prolonged...
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By:
Mara Sokolsky, JE Feature
Every August, we rendezvous with another couple at a former summer haunt for Boston Jews called Nantasket Beach. Once we've lowered ourselves onto our blankets and beach chairs, we start by catching up on our kids. This couple's two sons and our two daughters are the same age to the week. But this summer our children's news had to wait...
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The city estimated that two million people turned out on Oct. 31 for a parade saluting the Philadelphia Phillies and its first World Series title in 28 years. Left fielder Pat Burrell (center) led the charge.
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