Sunday, May 1, 2016 Nisan 23, 5776
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Hilary Danailova
Second (or third, or seventh) weddings tend to diverge from those of first-time spouses. Remarrying Jews may opt for a big white wedding — and doing so would hardly scandalize in an era of relaxed mores — but they are more likely, observers say, to have an intimate ceremony on the lawn than a grand event in the sanctuary.
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By:
Melissa Jacobs
At about the same time that Ben started studying for his Bar Mitzvah, his father started fighting for his life.
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By:
Marissa Stern | JE Staff
Directors, lay leaders and strategic planners from Jewish camps met for the annual JCamp 180 Conference to discuss fundraising, planned giving and technological strategies.
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By:
Denise Yellen Ganot - Kveller
Denise worries about her three kids, as her family prepares to take flight to Israel. For a year. Maybe two. Maybe more.
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By:
Eric Berger
Nancy Fagan, director of child welfare services for JFCS, believes the big change over the last several decades, is to no longer look at Foster care as a permanent plan for children.
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