Sunday, December 21, 2014 Kislev 29, 5775

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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
You break up with your ex -- or worse, he or she breaks up with you. A million thoughts are running through your head, and you feel like a part of you is incomplete without the other person. Then, after some time apart, your ex calls, and says he misses you and wants to get back together. It's the dream...
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Ryan Teitman
With the start of the 2006-07 academic year last week, Abrams Hebrew Academy in Yardley unveiled a multi-level security system, made possible by a Homeland Security Grant. The school applied for the grant in February of 2005, and received approval that August. This system is just one of several recent upgrades to the campus; Abrams unveiled its new Henrietta Milstein...
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Princeton University graduate Scott Greenman loves everything about the game of basketball, not just the high-flying highlights seen on ESPN, but all of the little, unglamorous aspects of the sport that have increasingly become a lost art. He has a deep appreciation for the mental chess match between coaches, the importance of moving effectively without the ball, and even relishes...
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Runner Peggy Mandell is in fantastic shape. Her legs are muscular, her body is tight, and she has enough cardio capacity to run for long stretches at a time. And when she lines up for the 13.1-mile Philadelphia Distance Run this Sunday, she'll also be twice the age of most of the other participants. The 55-year-old mother of two grown...
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It happened to Philadelphia goalie Max Fenkell two years in a row. First, it was the inline hockey semifinal in the JCC Maccabi Games in 2004. After his Philadelphia team overcame a two-goal deficit against Washington, D.C., to tie the game -- this, in front of D.C.'s home crowd -- Fenkell, 15, gave up the game winning goal with just...
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