Friday, September 30, 2016 Elul 27, 5776
By:
Jon Marks | JE Staff
The elimination of a daily flight to Tel Aviv is the main reason the number of passengers flying American Airlines from Philadelphia International Airport has declined.
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By:
Carole Saline | JE Feature
CHESMA, the Comunidad Hebrea en San Miguel de Allende, started 30 years ago in San Miguel, creating a Jewish world in a charming warm climate that differed from Florida suburbs.
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By:
Toby Tabachnick | JE Feature
Malori Asman, owner of Amazing Journeys, which specializes in leading tours for Jewish singles, first heard about the Sahar Hassamain Synagogue from Cheryl Stern, a prospective client from the Boston area inquiring about the company’s June 5-17 tour of mainland Portugal and the Madeira and Azores islands.
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By:
Andy Gotlieb | JE Managing Editor
When you walk on the beach, you’re likely to run into a fellow teammate from your JCC league basketball team.
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By:
Liz Spikol | JE Staff
The peak of Jewish life at the Catskills probably came in the 1950s, when millions were shelled out for new construction, and guests spent $55 million in a single summer. But a funny thing happened on the way to irrelevance decades later — the Catskills got hip.
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