Saturday, April 19, 2014 Nisan 19, 5774

Barrack runs a bone-marrow search to assist a local woman
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Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Sandee Kline, who has acute nonlymphocytic leukemia, needs a miracle -- and she needs it now. To that end, the Jack M. Barrack Hebrew Academy in Bryn Mawr earlier this month sponsored a daylong drive to find a bone-marrow match and donor for the 57-year-old wife, mother and grandmother. Word of the event spread like wildfire, and by the end...
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The teacher switched off the Israeli rock and hip-hop tunes blaring from his laptop and, although only a handful of students were at their desks, dove right into the day's topic: What does it mean to be a Jewish hero? In the past few months, they have discussed a range of figures -- from baseball legend Sandy Koufax to funny...
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When trading loafers for slippers means an economical move
By:
Adam Bell, JE Feature
If you think the economy has driven a lot of people to work from home, then you're right. Folks who have been laid off, or are looking to save money by telecommuting, have increasingly set up shop in their own living room. "It's the solution to the problem du jour . And the problem du jour is money," said Kate...
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Daphna Berman, JE Feature
Abraham Lincoln, Virginia Woolf and the cartoonist Charles Schultz all suffered from some form of mental illness, and come May 10, the three -- as well as other prominent historical and literary figures -- will come to life on stage in Wynnewood, courtesy of prominent actors, to discuss the struggles they faced. The performance, "Mysteries of the Mind," is part...
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Where to stay in the hot -- as in, popular -- Jerusalem?
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Elyse Glickman, JE Feature
Passover denotes a time when Moses pleaded to the Israelites' oppressors to "Let my people go!" As Israel continues to celebrate its independence, as well as Jerusalem Day on May 12, the summer season also begins, when the Israeli hospitality industry implores weary American Jews seeking a spiritually enlightening vacation to "Let our people come!" With this in mind, it's...
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