Sunday, December 21, 2014 Kislev 29, 5775

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Aaron Passman, Staff Writer
Why is this flight different from all other flights? Well, for starters, it's the only direct flight from Philadelphia to Tel Aviv, and it made its maiden voyage there July 1. The US Airways flight was announced just about a year ago, and was debuted with plenty of pomp and circumstance, including balloons, refreshments and a number of airline personnel...
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Aaron Passman, Staff Writer
According to directors of area Jewish camps, this summer has so far been much like any other: a mix of outdoor activities during the day, roaring campfires at night, and a hefty dose of Jewish life and learning woven in-between. But there's been one key difference this season: Despite having taken extensive precautions to ensure the health of campers, a...
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Fredda Sacharow, Jewish Exponent Feature
Proceed, but with caution. That seems to be the ticket for vacationers in this summer of our financial discontent. "In the past, we haven't had to think very much about budget when we talked about travel. We just kind of decided where we wanted to go, got out The New York Times travel section and went from there. This year,...
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Sally Friedman, Jewish Exponent Feature
Sharla Feldscher couldn't believe what she was seeing and hearing last weekend on TV. "I actually stood there and blinked!" recalls Feldscher. The Voorhees, N.J., woman was not alone in being startled by the news that a painful part of her South Jersey community's past was being unearthed. The trigger: the sudden revelation that Len Jenoff had recanted his damaging...
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Meryl Harrison Joblin
FIRST PERSON It was my father who entered me in the "Farrah Fawcett Look-Alike Contest." But it was me who paraded around the Phillies baseball diamond with thousands of other young blondish women sporting skimpy outfits and flowing manes. It was the summer of 1977, and I was 25, with a 1-year-old son in a stroller wheeled by my husband,...
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