Wednesday, July 29, 2015 Av 13, 5775

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Cara Levinson can admit that maybe it would have been easier to be a new mother during the warm-weather months. Though this winter hasn't seen temperatures as low as those in seasons past, the Center City resident still says there are a limited number of places to go with a newborn and a stroller when it's nippy outside. "You can...
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"Teach a child in the way he should go, and he will not stray from it even when he gets older," says the Bible. "We all know that the rabbis felt that educating the youngest members of the next generation was critical if the Jewish people were to survive," said Maddy Malis, president and CEO of Federation Early Learning Services."They...
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Michael Trantas- CEO E-Safe Solutions, Inc.
At this year's International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Google made a bold move by offering a free software kit designed to make online computing safer and easier for the ordinary computer-user. In a direct attempt to knock software-giant Microsoft off of its pedestal, Google has introduced this free package dubbed "Google Pack" to help make users' home PCs...
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Interested in taking a trip to the "Bermuda Avenue Triangle," where audiences in the past have gotten lost in the laughs? Renee Taylor and Joe Bologna - with Lainie Kazan joining them for the ride - return here three years after their other voyage-oriented title "If You Ever Leave Me … I'm Going With You." And "On the Scene" has...
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Zara Myers-JE Feature
Discussing the reasons he became a nurse, Howard Rogovitz, 55, jokes that "my mother always wanted me to marry a doctor." After graduating from Overbrook High School, the Thomas Jefferson University Hospital nurse said he was "in and out of colleges, and looking for a way to have a stable career. I decided that as a nurse, I would always...
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