Sunday, February 14, 2016 AdarI 5, 5776
Finding light in the dark
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How two women turned the deaths of loved ones into ways to give back to the community.
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The long, eventful journey of parents who bring children from Russia into their lives.
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Tina Traster, Inside Magazine Feature
An insider's view of what can go wrong — and right — after adopting a child from Eastern Europe.
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Sleuth & Consequences
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A Philadelphia private investigator becomes one of the region's top genealogical detectives
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The unexpected pleasures of getting to know a relative you will never meet.
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Gail Snyder, Inside Magazine Feature
Just because a family member is no longer living doesn't mean you can't get to know them.
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Julie Wiener, JTA
Exact numbers are hard to come by, but by some estimates half of Reform movement rabbinical students come from interfaith families — a sign, some argue, that children of mixed marriages need not be lost to the Jewish community.
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