Sunday, January 25, 2015 Shevat 5, 5775

Sightseers can see a lot of it during a special week in Cape May
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Gloria Hayes Kremer, JE Feature
Long after the sea has reclaimed the last few sandcastles left by summer beach-lovers, the fall season comes alive in Cape May, N. J., with one of the most entertaining celebrations in the country: the 34th annual Victorian Week. For 10 days -- from Oct. 6 through Oct. 15 -- exciting activities glorify the unique heritage of America's first seashore...
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Batten down the hatches, and crunch the cash flow
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It's happened to all of us. Or at least, we've heard of it happen to someone we know. It's not the worst thing in the world, but for a time, it sure does pack a punch. Getting laid off -- for any reason -- stinks. It puts a dent in your wallet, your plans, and certainly, in your ego. Even...
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By:
Adina Matusow, JE Feature
You feel like you've been dating for years. Lots of bad dates, lots of short-term relationships, and you're now ready to find a significant other to share your time with -- and perhaps, eventually marry. You want the real deal, and you don't want to waste your time dating someone for a year to find out they don't want the...
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Author: What would Leah do? Looking for some divine inspiration
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
To tell the truth, I never really knew the whole story of Sarah, Rebecca and Rachel, all of whom suffered from infertility, but eventually gave birth to the founders of the Jewish people. But I knew exactly how author Jessie Fischbein felt. Wanting a child and not being able to have one can be a devastating, demoralizing and highly depressing...
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Care-giving gets boost from area firm
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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
Your 88-year-old father truly wants to attend your child's wedding, but may not be able to stay through the entire affair. Is there anyone who can get grandpa there safely, and then take him back home when he's had enough -- without disrupting the entire party? A Bar Mitzvah is looming in the near future. Your 75-year-old widowed aunt certainly...
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