Pinning on Pinterest

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If you’re into social media but haven’t yet discovered Pinterest, then you’re missing out on one of the hottest trends around. As a rapidly growing social network, Pinterest is a virtual museum of online pinboards that users create and curate by “pinning” images, sound and video collected from the Web. Pins can be pictures of… Read More

The Imposter Bride

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By Nancy Richler St. Martin’s Griffin, 368 pages “The Imposter Bride” begins with the wedding of Lily Azerov, fresh from the experience of World War II, to Nathan Kramer, a Jew from Montreal. Lily is not who she claims to be. She is working hard to put her past behind her and build a new… Read More

What is one of your last Tweets or posts on Facebook?

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Simcha Siff: Thanks for all the Mitzvah wishes for new born son. Daniel Goetz: Baltimore is ready for nicer weather to get outside with family. Scott Taylor: Revealing insight of the mass human suffering in North Korea and what are we going to do? Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.

Going Beyond the Startup Nation

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Each May the world’s leading biomedical companies flock to Israel for the Startup Nation’s annual BioMed Conference, joining participants from more than 45 countries. This year, BioMed is being combined with an Israeli high-technology conference to create the largest advanced technology business forum ever held in the Jewish state: MIXiii: The Israel Innovation Conference. “We’re… Read More

What is your favorite Olympic sport?

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Natasha Tseytlin: Ice skating for sure. Barbara, Sophia and Jordan Klaff: Figure skating and snowboarding. Yisroel Cohen: I used to watch the 400-yard dash. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.

The Keeper of Secrets

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By Julie Thomas William Morrow Paperbacks, 384 pages “The Keeper of Secrets” weaves together the stories of three men, each facing his own battle but sharing a love of classical music. The novel begins with the journey of Daniel Horowitz, a young boy in the United States who is a gifted and internationally acclaimed violinist…. Read More

Think You Know About Wines?

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Being in the food and wine business, I’ve sampled a lot of great vino. Many asked how I got so lucky, and I had an “a-ha” moment. Why not share my good fortune? Now you can make like a sommelier at the CITYPEEK Sip & Swirl Wine Club. I started the club for unpretentious foodies… Read More

Funding Hometown Communities

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The Harry and Jeanette Weinberg Foundation is one of the largest private charitable foundations in the United States. It grants approximately $100 million each year to nonprofits that provide direct services to low-income and vulnerable individuals and families, primarily in the United States and Israel. Since 1980, the foundation has distributed grants totaling $1.7 billion,… Read More