Monday, November 24, 2014 Kislev 2, 5775

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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
I''ve always been a big believer in keeping some things private. For instance, he doesn''t need to know every little thing I do each day. He doesn''t need to know that I stopped by the dry cleaners (unless he has a suit that he asked me to get). My boyfriend certainly doesn''t need a play by play of my night...
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The length of their experiences may have varied - from just a few months to more than 70 years - but for the more than 70 people gathered in the dining room of Martins Run Senior Life Care Community, they all had one thing in common: They knew how to knit. The women - joined by a couple of men...
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With Memorial Day weekend, drivers say tanks, but no tanks to gas pains
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Another three-day Memorial Day weekend's not just down the road - it's actually here - and with it comes the opportunity for summertime travel. But with the price of gas nearly as high as the sky on a clear summer day, this year's road is a rocky one, with potential misadventures of dented wallets and crashed credit cards looming on...
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For the past year, Irv Orenstein, a 76-year-old amateur photographer, has been taking groups of five children - students at Spring Garden Elementary School - and each week teaching them a little about photography before letting them loose with some new digital cameras. The Huntingdon Valley resident is a school volunteer who first helped the children with math and reading...
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How a life can so drastically change, but the heart remains the same
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Sally Friedman, JE Feature
The memories cut wide and deep. Dan Gottlieb is a very young child who already senses that his father hates his working life as an Army-Navy store owner in Margate, N.J. The child is frightened by the notion that work can be so lacking in meaning and pleasure. Some years later, another memory: Dan is in seventh grade, in the...
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