Tuesday, July 22, 2014 Tammuz 24, 5774
A baggage-free journey? Really?
By:
Diana Aydin, JE Feature
The morning before her trip to Aruba in July, Jacquelyn Bucelot-Mills woke up early, got dressed and added a few things to her leather carry-on bag. She drove from her home in Beacon, N.Y., to her mother's house in New City, where a limo picked her and her mother up hours before their 9 a.m. flight to Kennedy International Airport...
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Ride, float, fly through the beauty of autumn!
By:
Gloria Hayes Kremer, JE Feature
Now is the time to make plans to catch the brilliant fall foliage season. And this year promises to be one of the most colorful autumns that we have had in years. The peak foliage season usually extends from mid-September through October, and sometimes even into November. The quiet beauty of fall offers a peaceful retreat from the hustle of...
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Can a woman's personality be affected by a new 'do?
By:
Frank Rosci, JE Feature
As the most visible aspect of her appearance, hair has been called a woman's crowning glory. Some observers have claimed that it's an accurate barometer of mood as well, since it's been suggested a woman will change her hairstyle in the hopes of changing and improving her frame of mind and outlook. How much truth is there to that notion?...
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Services in Twi? Yes, if you're in Sefwi Wiawso
By:
Ido Shargal, JE Feature
A 5-year-old was the first to reach me. He tugged on my pants to get my attention, then looked up and said in the sweetest voice, "Shabbat Shalom." This African child knew no Hebrew, yet was using a phrase known to all Jews. It was the last greeting I expected to receive here, in Sefwi Wiawso, an isolated rural village...
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By:
Ben G. Frank, JE Feature
God truly must have formed Tahiti and French Polynesia and placed coral necklaces around them. They are too perfect: Bright morning sunshine, calming breezes, turquoise lagoons, spectacular waterfalls, towering mountains, lush fruit and vegetable fields, and friendly people. Who could ask for more? Indeed, Tahiti, Moorea and Bora Bora -- to name just three of these 118 volcanic and coral...
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