Tuesday, July 29, 2014 Av 2, 5774
Outdoor venues allow space to get dramatic
By:
Patricia Kutza. JE Feature
Inviting summer temperatures are like a siren's song, tempting even the most sedentary of folks to enjoy outdoor pursuits. Theater-lovers need not plug their ears with wax (as Odysseus directed his crew to do) because those mythological siren songs will lead them, not to sleep, but to the birthplace of some of the best entertainment still extant: theater performed outdoors...
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The road to Fourth of July revelry is just a car ride away
By:
Frank Rosci, JE Feature
While the price of gasoline is close to a king's ransom these days, travel by car remains king in this country, and probably will be for the rest of the summer season. It could be that fewer folks will take to the nation's highways and byways to celebrate the Fourth of July this year, of course, but one-tank wonders are...
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As summer weather warms up the urge to hit the highways for a road trip, one health ailment can spoil the entire voyage -- car-motion sickness. If you are buckled in to the car for a long ride, even the slightest and most common physical discomfort can be a sign of motion sickness. The cause of motion sickness is the...
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Destination clubs add to the glamour of a deluxe trip
When dreaming of traveling, everyone has something different in mind. And when investing in a vacation or second home, you want to make sure you get what you want. For many, destination clubs are the answer because they provide the best of many worlds. If you've heard of a destination club, but never really understood what it meant, you're not...
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Just outside the German city, a town with the flavor of Jewish history thrives
By:
Silke Schmidt, JE Feature
The next time you go shopping, keep your eyes open for a very special fruit: the "Seckel pear." To tell the truth, you might never find it in a Wal-Mart, but more likely at the little grocer's next door, especially if he's Jewish. Because then he has probably heard about the man who first bred the pear, and whose life...
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