Sunday, March 29, 2015 Nisan 9, 5775

How to explain the inexplicable loss of an infant
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Lori Samlin Miller. Jewish Exponent Feature
Unfathomable is the word that springs to mind when describing the loss of a child. After his 2-month-old daughter passed away, Seth Clyman's world was shattered, his life turned upside-down. Even before the shivah that would bring his family and friends to comfort him, we learn a lot about the narrator of this story in Touching the World of Angels...
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Elyse Glickman, Jewish Exponent Feature
In the late 1990s, when dot-com youth culture was in full swing and I was dating a nice Jewish programmer from nearby Silicon Valley, there were frequent jaunts to the Haight and Filmore West to drink in a taste of American pop culture and a groovy show that only San Francisco could offer. We spent many a Chanukah at Union...
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Birthright Israel NEXT, the nonprofit agency designed to continue engaging the young adults who took advantage of the agency's free trips to Israel after they return home, is downsizing and reshaping its operations in Philadelphia. Though details are still being finalized, officials say NEXT will be revived this winter in partnership with the volunteer-run Moishe House and Tribe 12, a...
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Environmentalism and the Internet: two words you don't hear too often in the same sentence. But 19 young Jewish environmentalists are hoping this combination will be just the thing to connect and promote environmental activism across the world. Together, they recently launched Jewcology.com , an interactive web portal loaded with eco-conscious blogs, discussion forums, event listings and educational resources. At...
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In maple-syrup country, like Vermont, it's quite the compliment
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George Medovoy, Jewish Exponent Feature
It has the look and feel of an alpine lodge, but the Stowehof Inn and Resort www.stowehofinn.com , overlooking the rolling hills of the Stowe Valley, is very much a part of Vermont, the Green Mountain State. This charming inn, remembered by many from the Alan Alda film "The Four Seasons," was our comfortable base as we went exploring in...
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