Tuesday, May 26, 2015 Sivan 8, 5775

This Cook Island is a medium for beauty in paradise
By:
Lauren Kramer, JE Feature
What's a nice Jewish girl doing in church on a Sunday morning? Well, if that girl happens to be in the Cook Islands, it's because she's seeing the sights and that's the place to be on this day of rest for a tourist, when the islands shut down, and everyone, but everyone, heads to church. My husband and I had...
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Breast Cancer Awareness Month is over, but as a film shows, it's a sobering, year-round concern
By:
Rita Charleston, JE Feature
October has traditionally been labeled Breast Cancer Awareness Month. But, taking a look at the two dozen or so women gathered in the Frobese Conference Center Auditorium at Abington Memorial Hospital recently, every month -- indeed, every day -- should be a cause for awareness and concern. And so, in order to face, understand and discuss risks, AMH hosted a...
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See the employee at the next desk? Is she about to boil over and let you have it?
By:
Frank Rosci, JE Feature
Not only is rage a glaring red flag of self-control lost, but rage itself is out of control, evidencing itself in disturbing, dangerous and increasingly deadly ways -- from the "road rage" of drivers gone mad to "desk rage," in which employees lash out verbally and violently against fellow employees. News stories of disgruntled workers attacking, and sometimes killing, other...
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Got (malted) milk? Now you do. But you don't need a milk moustache to milk the celebrity that comes with it. Among the many memories reminted by the JExpo Collection (jexposhop.com) , "an exclusive shop filled with uniquely Jewish themes," is a retro shirt that fills memories to a T: Do Dewey's Malted Milk Stores make you thirsty for the...
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By:
Jared Shelly, JE Feature
When Stan Hochman started working as the Phillies beat writer back in 1959, he was just one of three local newspaper reporters covering the team. The Connie Mack Stadium locker rooms weren't crowded with journalists, TV cameras and public relations people, and developing personal relationships and conducting one-on-one interviews with players were not only possible, but commonplace. "The sportswriting game...
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