Monday, July 14, 2014 Tammuz 16, 5774
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Amy Bromberg, JTA
A Brooklyn mother describes her realization that allowing her children to sleep in her bed and running to soothe them every time they cried was threatening to destroy her marriage.
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And Who Wants to Marry a Jew, Anyway?
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Daniel Krieger, JTA
Why have Jews had the highest rate of intermarriage in the United States over the past half century? A new book suggests some answers.
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The Reform movement is planning to open its first day camp in the country next year, situating it in the Philadelphia suburbs, though the location has not yet been finalized.
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Two modern moms discuss how they juggle family and professional roles in the Jewish community.
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Rocker of Ages
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From preschoolers to teenagers to baby boomers, throngs of Sheldon Low’s fans rock out to his original compositions and his contemporary interpretations of Jewish songs. The 30-year-old St. Louis native spoke with the Exponent by telephone from his home in Manhattan.
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