Friday, December 9, 2016 Kislev 9, 5777
The photograph that ran with the Nov. 15 travel article "In Israel, Shifting Sands of Time" (above) was misidentified. It was not a rendering of the new-and-improved Israel Museum in Jerusalem (top), but a shot of the reinstalled model of the Second Temple.
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Ben G. Frank, JE Feature
They say that the streets of a city contain memory. If so, then King David Street is special to the residents of Jerusalem, this biblical city that is the capital of the State of Israel. Standing tall at No. 23 in all its majesty is the King David Hotel, now celebrating its 75th year. The name is fitting. After all,...
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This may indeed be the most turkey of times to travel all year: The Thanksgiving holiday is the bane of the bashed-up flyer, who gets the stuffing knocked out of him when trying to wedge a 200-pound carry-on into a 3-foot overhead compartment. As a service to Jewish Exponent readers, here are a few tips on how to avoid those...
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When planning a wedding, it's important to keep your guests' finances in mind, especially the ones who are traveling from out of town -- and especially if it's over a holiday. The cost of attending a wedding can be significant, but there are some small steps you can take to make your family and friends' stay easier on them and...
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Aaron Dalton, JE Feature
This past October, London's iconic Trafalgar Square saw a gathering with a distinctly Jewish flavor. "Simcha on the Square" brought together klezmer bands, jazz musicians, a youth choir, disc jockeys and even the cast from the local production of "Fiddler on the Roof" to entertain enthusiastic crowds. These festivities at the heart of London serve as an apt symbol of...
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