Sunday, August 2, 2015 Av 17, 5775
By:
Aaron Dalton, JE Feature
Stop by the San Diego Natural History Museum in Balboa Park before the end of the year, and you'll come away thinking that Israel and San Diego County have much in common -- at least, geographically speaking. A special exhibit on the Dead Sea Scrolls opens with panoramic photography of San Diego, Israel and Jordan. From their desert landscapes to...
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Brazil is flooded with history -- in the most unlikely places
By:
Janet Darbey, JE Feature
Everyone's surely heard of Carnival in Rio and its wild street parades that bring on the somber time of Lent. And, of course, Brazilian cities are much influenced in many ways by their Catholic heritage -- Rio's Corcovado and its iconic statue of Christ the Redeemer, known worldwide, attest to that. And yet, although the Jewish community in Brazil numbers...
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Portland is flush with eco-friendly fanfare
By:
Aaron Dalton, JE Feature
For decades, three synagogues -- Conservative Neveh Shalom, Reform Beth Israel and Sephardic Ahavath Achim -- defined the Jewish landscape of Portland, Ore. In recent years, however, the flourishing Jewish community has grown to support a wide array of synagogues whose traditions and practices mirror the diversity and inclusiveness that Portlanders prize. Thus, today, a visitor to Portland can find...
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By:
Gloria Hayes Kremer, JE Feature
You'd love to visit Europe. You daydream of exotic cities, hill towns, folk art, bikini-filled beaches, magnificent museums, but you stop and wonder if the cost of an overseas vacation -- especially in light of the record-breaking highs of the euro -- might be prohibitive. Dream no more! Get your passport and make plans to visit Portugal, one of the...
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Vegas East -- way East ... and then some!
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
The dice have been rolled, and the game is on. Macau is clearly playing to win in the "destination" stakes, especially with the billions of dollars and extensive planning poured into the area's pre-existing "strip" and the Cotai Strip (a landfill with ambitions). However, even with gambling in place as an institution and a source of revenue for four decades,...
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