Friday, October 31, 2014 Heshvan 7, 5775
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Gloria Hayes Kremer, JE Feature
One's first experience with the Riviera is somewhat like the ecstasies of first love - breathlessly exciting, intoxicating, overwhelming and something one never forgets. As I left the Nice airport, I was struck by the incredible blue of the sea blending with a sky that seemed almost the same hue; overhead, a brilliant sun shone, and the climate was perfection...
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
Attorney Michael Rosenberger never planned on writing a book for children - that is, until the day he took his family to Boston for a vacation. "When I was planning the trip, I found lots of travel guides for adults visiting Boston, but none designed specifically for young children or those who could not yet read," explains the Chestnut Hill...
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Mort Alper, JE Feature
The fans in the furnace roared, and hot flames reddened its interior as Pat Howe rotated the molten ball of glass at the end of the metal rod, which was being heated by 2,000 degrees of heat. This was taking place at the once commercial Wheaton Village Glass Factory in Millville, N.J., about 30 miles south of Philadelphia. Towering trees...
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Ralph Collier, JE Feature
It was just 60 years ago that World War II ended in Europe - shortly after midnight on May 9, 1945. In a sense, it's taken that long for parts of Germany to come to terms with its brutal past, but there are glimmers - in this case, via an exceptional new monument that grapples with history and the Holocaust...
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All aboard! Riding the rails in a nation that normally buses it
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Yocheved Miriam Russo, JE Feature
In Jerusalem, Sept. 26, 1892, was quite a day. Everyone who mattered had gathered outside the city's very first train station, a Baroque building in the German Colony. The Turkish pasha and the Turkish governor of Jerusalem were there, plus dignitaries from Constantinople and European consuls. As a Turkish band played, sheep were slaughtered and their blood sprinkled on the...
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