Monday, December 5, 2016 Kislev 5, 5777

The kids at Camp Gan Yeladeem at Beth Sholom Preschool in Elkins Park are learning about "Art From Around the World" this summer. The children studied different cultures as they explored art and sculpture from various countries. Preschoolers ages 3 to 5 copied paintings, made quilts, handmade their own beads and discovered face-painting.
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
When you're in a relationship, it's natural to want to share everything with your partner. But how much sharing is too much? Is there a certain time in the relationship when you should share more? When is it time to offer a house key, a bank code or a password? George on the sitcom "Seinfeld" felt a password was private...
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Jared Shelly, JE Feature
Adam Alper's body hurt. His muscles burned, his joints ached, and the thought of quitting kept drifting through his mind, he recalled. He'd been at it for more than nine hours, starting with a 2.4-mile swim that seemed like it took place ages ago. Then there was a 112-mile bike ride that tested the limits of his thigh muscles. And...
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It's a city that fills a hunger for heritage, as well as history
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Aaron Dalton, JE Feature
In the garden of the Great Synagogue on Dohány Street in Budapest, a metal willow tree memorial weeps endlessly for the Holocaust dead. In another courtyard lie the remains of thousands of Jews who died in the ghetto during the terrible winter of 1944. And yet, the synagogue is also a place of great beauty. It's twin 143-foot-tall domed towers...
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Every kid knows that moms have "eyes in the back of their heads." Indeed, human beings are adept at fixing their gaze on one object while independently directing attention to others. Salk Institute neurobiologists are beginning to tease apart the complex brain networks that enable humans and other higher mammals to achieve this feat. In a study published in last...
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