Tuesday, September 23, 2014 Elul 28, 5774

Israel, U.S. in award-winning relationship
In accepting the prestigious 2006 Yitzhak Rabin Public Service Award, William R. McDermott — president and CEO, SAP America Inc., in Newtown Square — said that the honor represented one of the “proudest moments” of his professional and personal life. The annual award is given by the America-Israel Chamber of Commerce, Central Atlantic Region, to an outstanding member of the...
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Bobbi Kraft can't exactly explain why she's always felt a certain pull toward Israel. "I was born when Israel was born, and my parents were Zionists," said Kraft. "Israel was always an important part of my life. As I got older, in my 20s, I thought 'I'm not living in Israel but I want a connection.' " So Kraft joined...
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While two large men wrapped in towels sit and sweat in the 182-degree heat, a Southampton Spa worker enters the sauna area, opens a metal oven door and splashes peppermint laced water onto a mass of hot rocks. The flavorful steam wafts around the room and in between the wooden benches, adding a touch of spring to what seems like...
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
From the minute we start to understand our world, we know that couples are all around. Whether it''s our parents, grandparents or family friends, most of us are surrounded by married people as we grow up. It makes sense for us to play house with a mom and dad figure, and it''s only natural for us to actually want to...
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Laynie Ginsburg, 21 years old at the time, knew that in order to give her budding romance an opportunity to blossom, she needed to move clear across the country to Philadelphia, and try sharing an apartment - and, for a time, her life - with a guy she didn't know all that well. The Omaha, Neb. native had spent the...
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