Friday, December 26, 2014 Tevet 4, 5775

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In her 20s, she thought solely about her education. In her early 30s, she concentrated on moving up the corporate ladder. Only as she began nearing 40 did it really sink in, quite suddenly, that she was still single. Now, at age 41, Cara Levinson continues to hope that her life might have a happily-ever-after ending. But she isn't nervous...
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When Eastern European Jews arriving in Israel after the War of Independence in 1948 needed volunteers to help them learn to read the new language, Zehava Blackman said she was first in line. "I always loved to teach," said the now 75-year-old. "Even as a young girl, I would teach the younger ones, whatever their level, whatever they needed to...
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Meet Harold Buzgon. He's 32, well dressed, has short black hair and makes good money as a human resources consultant. He's also dying to date a Jewish girl. But finding a date can be tough. At his age, the days of easily meeting someone in class or at a mixer are long gone. His location has also proven to be...
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
Three weddings, two engagements and one bridal shower in two weeks will get the attention of any woman without a ring on her finger. However, there is a huge difference between thinking about your wedding and wanting to get married. It would serve certain boyfriends - and men in general - well to understand this not so subtle difference. It's...
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Drew Miller, JE Feature
Many college students and new graduates leave school with more than an education. Besides their student loans, many young people graduate with thousands of dollars in credit-card debt. In fact, according to Nellie Mae, the nation’s largest student-loan provider, the average undergraduate racks up $2,200 — and the average graduate student $5,800 — in credit-card debt. Runaway credit-card debt is...
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