Sunday, March 1, 2015 AdarI 10, 5775

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FRANK ROSCI -JE Feature
Unhappy about the way your life is going? Take heart; you’re not alone! According to a new report by the University of Chicago’s National Opinion Research Center, more Americans are unhappy about their lives today than they were in 1991, the last time the study was conducted. Of the 1,340 people surveyed, some of the main reasons for their distress,...
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Many may think Islamic terrorism is a relatively modern phenomenon, but according to foreign-policy expert Joshua E. London, violent Muslim extremism has confounded the United States since America's infancy. London - who for the past two months has served as the deputy director of the Orthodox Union's Institute for Public Affairs in Washington, D.C., and prior to that served as...
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Gloria Hayes Kremer- JE Feature
So you think you send that lovely Valentine's Day card because you are such a sweet, thoughtful person? Perhaps - but not necessarily, says Dr. Frank Melone, a retired psychologist from Pennsylvania State University, who believes some people send cards because of real sentiment while others are inspired by psychological and hidden motives. And while it's far from a Jewish-oriented...
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What a stand-up guy. Not that stand-up comedian Rich Vos has always been able to avoid being falling-down drunk. But as he prepares to offer his comic relief to a public strung out on serious global misgivings, Vos voices his chai-five of victory: "Besides being a proud parent, I am happy to say that I just celebrated 18 years clean...
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Gloria Hayes Kremer- JE Feature
Gloria Hayes Kremer Jewish Exponent Feature The suburbs of Philadelphia have become one of the country’s most popular getaway destinations with the preponderance of delightful bed-and-breakfast and country-inn accommodations, especially during this romantic time of winter delights. Several of them now offer not only beautiful settings, but superb kitchens where award-winning chefs create marvelous dining. Bucks County seems to be...
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