Mishmash

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BY Lynne Stern Elkes
October 3, 2013

The premise of Susan Isaacs’ latest novel could not be less Jewish. A wealthy self-made grandmother invites her three adult grandchildren, with whom she has had little contact, to her grand home in Sante Fe. After insulting her handpicked heir to her business, Gloria Goldberg Garrison is conducting a test to see which of her CONTINUE »

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BY JT staff report
October 3, 2013

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev researchers revealed earlier this year that data culled from geosocial networks such as the GPS traffic app Waze can help prevent traffic incidents with better deployment of police resources at the most accident-prone areas. The paper, “Data Mining Opportunities in Geosocial Networks for Improving Road Safety,” was presented at the CONTINUE »

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Bookstand Publishing, 160 pages
BY By Mary K. Bogot
September 25, 2013

This book is an autobiography of an ordinary woman who made unusual choices. The story describes her life from childhood to old age, without a lot of detail. I found the book very interesting and well written, but I wanted more. In a way, this story of self-exploration was almost like taking a sneak peek CONTINUE »

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BY The Associated: Jewish Community Federation of Baltimore
September 25, 2013

The leaves have yet to turn, but many Baltimoreans already are planning their winter-break trips to Israel. Besides mild, albeit rainy weather, December is a wonderful time to visit the Jewish state. In addition to the every-season tourist attractions, there are a number of festivals to enjoy. Schedule your visit around the Festival of Festivals, CONTINUE »