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BY Gerri Baum
June 26, 2014

Have you ever reached out on Facebook or Twitter to a loved one or friend who has passed away?  You know, posted something like, “RIP friend. You were the best (at whatever it is you did), and I’ll miss you.” I’m often perplexed at why people write these kinds of posts in a virtual environment CONTINUE »

June 19, 2014

Howard Katz: There’s not much the U.S. can do. All we can do is show support. I am not in favor of swapping. I think we should just go in and get them. Rabbi David Finkelstein: Prayer is on top of the list. I don’t think diplomacy with the Palestinians can ever work as long as CONTINUE »

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BY Joshua Runyan
June 19, 2014

By Jacqueline Jules Wisdom Tales, 32 pages Rare is the children’s book that, by virtue of its illustrations and story, can be vaulted into the ranks of the classics, those stories such as “Where the Wild Things Are” that can cross across generational divides and hold up to the discerning tastes of ever-fickle toddlers. “Never CONTINUE »

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June 19, 2014

Every time I go to Israel I’m amazed at the innovations Israel’s entrepreneurs are creating. I had the pleasure to attend the annual Israel High Tech Incubator Conference and hear Minister of Economy Naftali Bennett extol the virtues of Israel’s high-tech incubator system, one of the best global breeding grounds for high-tech innovations and startup CONTINUE »

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June 12, 2014

Marilyn Soclof: “Call It Sleep” by Henry Roth. Herb Scher: I’m not a book reader but I read magazines. National Geographic and Smithsonian are  my favorites. Sharon Scher: “The Lost Wife” by Alyson Richman. It’s about a young couple who falls in love and get separated during the Holocaust. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.CONTINUE »