Friday, September 4, 2015 Elul 20, 5775

By:
Joel L. Naroff, JE Feature
Will the recession of 2008 be followed by the recovery of 2009? What a year! It began with the economy faltering -- and then got worse. There was a financial panic, followed by the disappearance of a number of major financial institutions. Companies cut payrolls every month, the stock market cratered, and the recession deepened. In other words, 2008 will...
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Is there room for a child's heritage when he becomes 'Americanized'?
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Alexandra Dorante, JE Feature
When she was 2, Jennifer Kelley's mother abandoned her at a Korean train station. She was quickly put into foster care in Korea, and, six months later, a white American couple adopted her. The couple changed her Korean name, Myung Ja Choi, and moved the family to an all-white neighborhood in New Canaan, Conn. With two white brothers and a...
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By:
Aaron Dalton, JE Feature
For many travelers, Paris is all about art, fine food and romance. Certainly, there's plenty of that to go around. By all means, spend a day at the massive, breathtaking Louvre. (If the quality of the art doesn't take your breath away, it will surely be pressed out of you by the crowds swarming the Mona Lisa and the Venus...
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Mara Sokolsky, JE Feature
I'm old enough to remember trudging through the snow to get to school with my ski pants bunched uncomfortably under my dress. Once there, off came the boots and the pants; before going home again, they were yanked back on. My daughters are incredulous that the New York City public schools permitted girls to wear only dresses or skirts in...
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Many people find gift cards to be a convenient and thoughtful way to allow friends and family to choose their own presents during the holidays. While this may be true, the Pennsylvania Institute of Certified Public Accountants warns of some potential pitfalls to be aware of when giving or receiving a gift card. · Know the seller . If you...
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