Wednesday, October 1, 2014 Tishri 7, 5775

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Jennie Shulkin’s grandparents purchased flights to watch her play tennis this summer at the Maccabiah Games in Israel before she even tried out for the U.S. team — and she considered herself a long shot.
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Lynne Blumberg, JE Feature
A psychologist and psychotherapist hopes to increase the harmony between ex-spouses with her latest book.
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An auction of the 500-piece Judaica collection owned by philanthropist Michael Steinhardt was the "most valuable auction of Judaica ever held," Sotheby's said.
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Carol Saline, Inside Magazine feature
A new exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art gives outsider art its due thanks to local philanthropists/collectors Shelly and Jill Bonovitz.
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How thinking outside the box can lead to medical miracles
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Carol Saline, Inside Magazine feature
While most scientific research follows carefully established pathways, it’s the radical detours off the beaten path that sometimes produce the most interesting medical discoveries. Here are four examples from labs in Philadelphia.
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