Thursday, September 3, 2015 Elul 19, 5775

Be sure to consult the Zodiac as well as Edmunds when shopping for a new car.
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By Jack Smith, Inside Magazine feature
Since the dawn of history, everyone from scholars to stargazers has pondered the meaning of the Zodiac. And even though the Talmud advises that “Israel is not subject to the fortunes of planets,” many Jews can be counted among that number. As explained on the website shiratdevorah.blogspot.com , the same holy writings predict eminence for sun-sign children and material wealth...
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A day spent with the store’s personal shoppers reveals how trends get made.
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By Hilary Danailova, Inside Magazine feature
There was no sign of Taylor Swift amid the stiletto-heel display that Lauren Milstein was rearranging at Saks Fifth Avenue in Bala Cynwyd, where Milstein — a sales associate whose Instagram posts have a worldwide following — presides over Dior pumps and Chanel sandals. Nor was Rihanna lurking around the sedate racks of dresses on the second floor of the...
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Mio is creating and manufacturing sustainable, must-have design — in Philly.
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By Hilary Danailova
When Isaac Salm got a call in 2001 from his younger brother, Jaime, asking him to quit his corporate job and help start a furniture design business in Philadelphia, the elder Salm immediately started brainstorming about profit margins and outsourcing production to China. So he was a little taken aback when Jaime, the design half of the brothers’ Philadelphia-based firm...
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Do you have a plan to avoid conflict at the seder table?
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Gail Snyder, Inside Magazine feature
As an adult, Stan Goldberg has always looked forward to celebrating Passover. This year, he will most likely attend an informal seder at a friend’s home in San Francisco, where he lives. But when he thinks about his youth, his associations with the holiday are less pleasant. “As a child and teenager growing up in Allentown, Passover was a dreaded...
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Brush aside everything you know about female hair loss
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Carol Saline, Inside Magazine feature
There are lots of things I expected to diminish as I aged, like memory, stamina, hearing — and others too depressing to mention — but the one loss I never fretted over was my hair. First of all, I grew up thinking only men got bald. (Wrong!) Moreover, as a kid, I had such thick, lustrous locks that my mother...
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