Sunday, August 30, 2015 Elul 15, 5775

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Gloria Hayes Kremer, JE Feature
The focus of a trip to Chicago to what had been described as "the hotel of the future" changed dramatically as I learned about the dynamic suburbs of the Windy City and, more importantly, the equally dynamic suburban Jewish communities that surround this "Crossroads of America" metropolis. As I walked into the stunningly designed lobby of the Renaissance Schaumburg Hotel...
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With more and more things competing for your child's waking hours, it's not surprising to hear that most kids are sleep deprived. A recent KidsHealth Kids Poll estimated that 62 percent of youngsters ages 9 to 13 do not get enough sleep, and 70 percent wish they they could get more sleep. Of those children who are sleep-deficient, most required...
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Philadelphia is getting set to walk, run and race in the battle against brain tumors. An estimated 1,500 regional residents are expected to take part in the first ever 5K (about 3 miles) run/walk, on Sunday, Nov. 5, to benefit research by the Brain Tumor Society. Based in Boston, but with strong support here and nationally, BTS champions the ongoing...
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Adina Matusow, JE Feature
It's easy to allow a relationship to linger because the pain of a clean break is too hard. You aren't ready to give up this person you love because maybe he or she will want you back, especially if the person who ended it keeps making an effort to be in your life. The only way to stay sane through...
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Irving Grossman, 89, rides his blue bicycle around the Martins Run Continuing Care Retirement Community campus almost every day. Grossman usually pedals by himself, but on Monday, he had quite a bit of company. As part of the Rolling Relay Around the Run, residents joined with family members and employees to do laps around the retirement campus on an unseasonably...
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