Friday, August 29, 2014 Elul 3, 5774

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The Raymond and Ruth Perelman Jewish Day School's 50th anniversary celebration turned out to be the largest fundraising event in its history, netting the institution roughly $4 million. "We are trying to reach the community with the message that day schools are part of the normal scene of American life, and more and more in the community are supporting us,"...
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Wisconsin is a hole-in-one destination
Ever spend a Sunday afternoon watching golf on TV, wishing you could play the same lush fairways as the pros? Well, you don't need a tour card, corporate sponsorship or a private jet to Pebble Beach. Just come to Wisconsin. Thanks to its rolling, wooded landscape and name-designer courses, the Badger State has recently hosted some of the biggest events...
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Rebecca Gerewitz, 14, enjoyed her recent trip to Israel so much that she has not one favorite part, but two. The first was a Saturday-night boat ride near Tiberias, where she and classmates from Abrams Hebrew Academy in Yardley got to dance to Israeli music. Up next on her list was a trip to a rehabilitation hospital for Israeli soldiers...
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Ben G. Frank, JE Feature
"Wait until 5 o'clock," said the guide in Marrakesh. "I have something magnificent to show you." True to his word, as the sun began to set over the desert around this pink-walled city oasis, we headed to the Djemaa el-Fna, the largest square in Africa. We were not alone. Reaching the square, often called the raison d'être of Marrakesh, founded...
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The Women’s Health Initiative at first seemed to clarify, but ultimately left many women in a state of confusion, about the best ways to stay healthy during menopause. “Not all menopausal women are created equal, and to put out blanket recommendations is not great science,” says Yale University clinical professor of OB/ GYN Mary Jane Minkin, M.D., who has been...
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