Wednesday, July 30, 2014 Av 3, 5774

By:
Ryan Teitman, JE Feature
For Bethany Bier, the challenges facing Israel are one of the main reasons that she's packing up her life here and moving to the Jewish state. "There, things are tough," she said. "Life is not usually easy for most people, but I think that makes people more in touch with themselves." At the beginning of September, the 22-year-old will board...
Comment0
Homeless children in Philadelphia, Chester, Montgomery and Delaware counties will start the year off right with the help of United Way of Southeastern Pennsylvania's "Stuff the Bus" project, geared to collect school supplies through Sept. 4. For more information, visit: uwsepa.org/stuffthebus.
Comment0
By:
With hardly a cloud in the bright blue sky, sunlight filled yet another gorgeous day in Irvine, Calif. Usually, visitors to this near-perfect spot take a walk on the beach or a dip in the pool, reveling in any and all of the natural beauty that can be soaked in. However, on Aug. 16, a considerable crowd of people from...
Comment0
By:
On his first visit to the Jewish state, U.S. Rep. Patrick Murphy (D-District 8) met with many of Israel's top elected officials, including Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, but the freshman lawmaker said that an encounter with a 5-year-old boy whose family lives in the beleaguered town of Sederot turned out to be the most memorable. "I want to grow up...
Comment0
By:
Imagine taking a walk from the historic sites of Old City, passing by City Hall, then the skyscrapers along Market Street, and eventually ending up at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. In the August heat, you'd likely wind up covered in perspiration, as well as being downright pooped. But with the development of a new computer program called "Virtual Philadelphia,"...
Comment0

Sign up for our Newsletter

Advertisement