Saturday, September 24, 2016 Elul 21, 5776
Yes, there is much to do in this overlooked nation
By:
Aaron Dalton, JE Feature
Among European countries, Belgium is often overlooked as a tourist destination. For anyone who likes chocolate and beer, this omission is a big mistake. Brussels, the Belgian capital, is the administrative center of the European Union, and therefore a magnet for European bureaucrats (aka "Eurocrats"), ambassadors, journalists, lobbyists, and all manner of businesspeople and deal-makers. Most people don't go to...
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This decidedly Catholic city has reminders everywhere of Jewish imprints
By:
Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Along with dance and vibrant fashion, music, food and the arts, Rio literally offers all visitors "a piece of the rock," from glorious gems offered by H. Stern and longtime competitor Amsterdam Sauer to spectacular mountainous vistas and all-night samba sessions. Take it from guide Pedro Landsberg, who enjoys a thriving business as one of Rio's premiere Jewish tour operators...
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By:
Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
In recent years, Argentines, especially those in the Jewish community, have worked hard to put historical events and political controversies aside to improve relationships outside and inside the country. Although images of the tango, Eva Perón and hidden Nazi war criminals have planted varying images of Argentina in the minds of those living outside of it, there are vivid, inspiring...
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By:
Ben G. Frank, JE Feature
Standing atop the Theingyizay Bridge overpass in Yangon (Rangoon), Myanmar (Burma), I sensed the exhilarating roar of hundreds of buyers and sellers float up to me from the Mahabandula Street market below. Arguing, bargaining, shouting and pleading, these skilled and persuasive Burmese merchants hover over their goods spread out in carts and on blankets. It's simply a buyer's dream: watches,...
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That would be linking up with Colorado's 'Adventure Rabbi'
By:
Aaron Dalton, JE Feature
Because I have an aversion to anything cold and slippery, I've never visited Colorado's famous ski slopes. But I do love mountain scenery, fresh air and a little outdoor adventure -- all of which I found in abundance on a wonderful mid-summer trip to the Northern Colorado town of Boulder. Boulder enjoys a vibe that I will simplistically summarize as...
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