Saturday, May 23, 2015 Sivan 5, 5775
Get it in gear for winter
By:
Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
The concept of sportswear is a funny thing, especially as everybody seems to have a different concept of what it is supposed to be used for. Most people have at least one hoodie (hooded sweatshirt) floating in their weekend wardrobe. Some women may admit to having owned a sweat suit that was never meant to see a drop of sweat...
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And that includes its history-making Congregation Mikve Israel-Emanuel
By:
Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
When we traveled as a family, my parents never chose destinations like Hawaii or the Caribbean. Their explanation? Tropical destinations with fancy resorts were not "real" places. However, Mom and Dad would find Curaçao -- located in the Caribbean's southern reaches -- quite agreeable. While it has its share of resorts, beaches and diving schools, capital city Willemstad also sparkles...
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Down Mexico way, peace and quiet -- and contortions
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Lauren Kramer, Jewish Exponent Feature
Puerto and Nuevo Vallarta have become thriving tourist destinations where big-name hotels jostle for space along the beachfront, and the Mexican experience becomes one of turquoise swimming pools and all-inclusive resorts. But I was headed for something quite different, a yoga and surf retreat 35 miles north in a town called Sayulita. Sayulita. The word dances from the lips with...
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Newport and old times blend in America's oldest functioning synagogue
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George Medovoy, Jewish Exponent Feature
Newport's Touro Synagogue -- a living example of America's colonial past -- greets today's visitors on the edge of a grassy knoll honoring early Jewish patriots. Officially known as Congregation Kahal Kadosh Yeshuat Israel, it is the oldest functioning synagogue in the United States. And staying at the historic Cleveland House bed and breakfast ( www.innsofnewport.com ) on Clarke Street,...
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An eco-tourism pioneer colors her island world green
By:
Sharon McDonnell, JE Feature
A half-century ago, a frustrated Miami marine lab researcher craved a more fulfilling lifestyle. "I wanted to be someplace where I could be free to pursue my interests and contribute in a meaningful way," Anne Baptiste told me. Fast-forward to today: Now in her mid-80s, the New York Jewish native is credited with pioneering eco-tourism on Dominica, an extremely lush,...
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