Thursday, July 24, 2014 Tammuz 26, 5774

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Rita Charleston, JE Feature
With a population of approximately 735,000, Amsterdam is often referred to as one of the most colorful cities in the world. And rightfully so. With its many public parks and gardens, more than 100 canals that wrap around the city, the expected windmills, more than 50 museums -- many of which are world-famous -- and so much more, there's never...
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Michael Trantas, JE Feature
If you haven't heard of TED, then you haven't heard of anything. TED -- or Technology, Entertainment and Design -- is a yearly conference held in Monterey, Calif., that brings together more then 1,000 thought-leaders in the computing field. Its mantra is to create a sort of think-tank to share any ideas that can provide help to advance the computing...
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How life-style issues rank with the public
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Iraq, the broader war on terror, immigration and now a scandal involving a disgraced former Republican congressman; these issues have dominated the headlines during this tempestuous election season, in which control of both branches of Congress, especially the House, remains at stake. But is it possible that when the majority of Jews go to the polls come November, the so-called...
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As model after model took to the runway to exhibit an array of colorful party dresses and gowns, 90 women from Main Line Reform Temple, Beth Elohim in Wynnewood were provided with a glimpse of what the best dressed will be wearing to formal affairs throughout the fall and winter seasons. Organized by the synagogue's Sisterhood, the fashion show and...
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Ryan Teitman
The Galloway, N.J., fifth-grader is curled up on the couch, playing with a doll and whispering into her mother's ear -- a habit from when she first began losing her hearing. Eating certain foods triggered the temporary hearing loss, a medical phenomenon doctors still cannot explain. Though her hearing has returned, the old habit remains. She does not appear to...
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