Monday, April 21, 2014 Nisan 21, 5774

Time to check out using it for profit
By:
Rikki Reyna, JE Feature
When the owner of Shadow Casting was asked to find a rugged 1960s-era ex-sailor who would sit naked in a chair for a furniture ad, she knew just where to look. UglyNY is perhaps New York City's only modeling agency specializing in booking nonprofessionals. The agency, a new offshoot of an established London firm, represents models sized 0 to 30;...
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Time to check out using it for profit
By:
Rikki Reyna, JE Feature
When the owner of Shadow Casting was asked to find a rugged 1960s-era ex-sailor who would sit naked in a chair for a furniture ad, she knew just where to look. UglyNY is perhaps New York City's only modeling agency specializing in booking nonprofessionals. The agency, a new offshoot of an established London firm, represents models sized 0 to 30;...
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With every new year, changing jobs often tops the list of personal resolutions. But with so many career paths to choose from, which offer the greatest opportunities? From civil engineers to regulatory affairs associates, tomorrow's hot jobs are within your reach. According to the U.S. Department of Labor's Bureau of Labor Statistics, professional and related occupations are projected to grow...
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With the end of 2007 and the beginning of a new year, KidsHealth.org, created by the nonprofit Nemours Foundation's Center for Children's Health Media, has published its third annual "10 Kids' Health Issues to Watch." The issues chosen represent a wide range of concerns -- some may hit close to home, while others may be more far-reaching. Of course, these...
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There's a lot to munch on in Beersheva, with or without cream cheese
By:
Yocheved Miriam Russo, JE Feature
You can't buy a bagel in Beersheva. It's a shandah, too -- with oceans of the best cream cheese in the world being sold in dairy stores, the lack of bagels in Israel's south becomes downright painful. It's not just bagels that are AWOL down here, either: Kugels appear only in the homemade version, on someone's Shabbat table. Ask for...
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