Thursday, September 3, 2015 Elul 19, 5775

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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
"Hey, hello in there. What's so important? What [do] you got here that's worth living for?" the character Miracle Max asks Westley in 1987 film "The Princess Bride." Westley lies "mostly dead," as opposed to all dead, on his table. He grumbles in response, "True love." Is there a more noble cause? Love is one of the most universally discussed...
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It's not that Dave Goldstein was deemed a long shot; he was supposed to have no shot at all. They claimed he couldn't eat with the professionals. Heck, they went on, he couldn't even eat with the amateurs. And when he entered the Wachovia Center on Feb. 2 for Wing Bowl 2007, a chicken-wing eating contest developed by morning sports-radio...
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No, it's not a doctor soap, but a way for students to get their feet wet in the real world
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Aggie Sygnarowicz, JE Feature
Mandy Dutton, a sophomore at the Fashion Institute of Technology, in New York City, is a busy young woman: She's taking 20 credits at school, and working 20 hours a week as an intern at a New York City fashion magazine. And although she's so involved with filing, photocopying and performing other administrative tasks that she can barely take a...
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Brrrr: Who knew Edinburgh could be so frighteningly entertaining?
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Silke Schmidt, JE Feature
Old Mr. Boots has scared hundreds down in the Vaults under Edinburgh's South Bridge -- preferably blonde women in their mid-20s. "Men are fairly safe," says Gary, a sturdy Scotsman with a bushy red beard who's been leading groups for Mercat Tours down into the Vaults under the Scottish capital for several years. Nobody knows who Mr. Boots was in...
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As 2007 now gets rolling into its second month, KidsHealth.org has published its second annual "10 Kids' Health Issues to Watch." The issues chosen represent a wide range of concerns: · Health Care 2.0: From e-prescribing to disease blogs, advances in technology are rapidly transforming the quality of health care and the way families access it. However, it will be...
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