Thursday, September 3, 2015 Elul 19, 5775

Each of two architects pursuing a Ph.D. at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology has devised a low-tech way to collect dew from the air and turn it into fresh water. Their invention recently won an international competition seeking to make clean, safe water available to millions around the world. The brainchild of Technion Architecture and Building Planning graduate students Joseph...
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Chupah-bound this Saturday night? How lucky!
By:
Frank Rosci, JE Feature
What's in a number? Well, if the number is "777" -- as in July 7, 2007 -- then perhaps a whole lot of luck. To those who believe in the power of the lucky seven, it may also be the right date to marry (after all, it falls on a Saturday night), schedule an important activity, pursue a compelling interest...
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By:
Adina Matusow, JE Feature
Neil is one of the cutest Jewish guys I know. He's smart, funny, successful, and he deeply cares about Judaism. He grew up in a Conservative synagogue, attending services and USY events regularly. Neil seeks the perfect match in hopes of starting a Jewish family. Sam is another adorable Jewish guy. He's down to earth, dresses well, and has the...
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A base runner from the Modi'in Miracle dives safely into the bag as part of his team's 9-1 victory over Petach Tikvah Pioneers in the Israel Baseball League's first-ever opening-day game at the Sportek baseball field in Petach Tikvah near Tel Aviv on June 24. Netanya Tigers outfielder Josh Doane (left) from California signs a baseball during opening-day ceremonies.
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With all due respect for August, these are the dog days of summer. They are at least for Gerry Botwinick, whose august feelings for Barney Bear Schulman, the prominent pet mascot who was the official greeter at Botwinick's long-running eponymous clothier store in Jenkintown, are clearly evident in the announcement that Barney, a 15-year-old Bijon Frise, had died of cancer...
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