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Learning how to be well on purpose

Fifty participants in the Jewish Pavilion February workshop at Chambrel, titled "Be Well on Purpose," learned that wellness is in one's own hands. While genes and luck play a significant role in...

 

Florida: It's not just for old Jews anymore

HOLLYWOOD, Fla. (JTA)-At the Urban Rustic Cafe in a strip mall in this city located between Miami to the south and the Palm Beach retirement communities to the north, the line for a table stretches...

 

Top 9 Apps for kids (in English) developed in Israel

(ISRAELI21c) What do you get when you combine Israel’s talents in high-tech with its child-centered society? Terrific mobile applications for children. We chose just 10 to feature, but you can find tons more if you poke around the app marketplace....

 

The world's first lightweight breast implant

(Israel21c)-An Israeli plastic surgeon and his brother, a biomedical engineer, have invented what they claim is the world's first lightweight breast implant called B-Lite. It is heading to the...

 

With Super Bowl in rear-view mirror, signature football event in Israel lies ahead

NEW YORK-Days before Super Bowl XLVIII in northern New Jersey's MetLife Stadium, a New York City room filled with players, coaches, and supporters of the Israel Football League (IFL)-a group spanning...

 

Weekly roundup of world briefs from JTA

Interactive map charts Holocaust deportations of French children (JTA)—A French historian has created an interactive map that charts the location of children deported from France during the Holocaust. On Monday, the online map by Jean-Luc Pinol...

 
 By Julie Wiener    News    February 21, 2014

BunkConnect program offering bargains for first-time campers

NEW YORK (JTA)-Think Expedia or Hotels.com or countless other vacation discount finders online, but instead to connect kids to Jewish camps. The Foundation for Jewish Camp announced Monday that it is...

 
 By Ron Kampeas    News    February 21, 2014

AIPAC still trying to figure out its legislative agenda

WASHINGTON (JTA)—The highlight of AIPAC’s year is the final day of its annual policy conference, when thousands of activists ascend Capitol Hill to lobby for the passage of the organization’s legislative priorities. But just three weeks before...

 

Choices at 20- JFGO celebrates an anniversary of note

Choices 2014, the yearly fundraiser for the Women's Division of the Jewish Federation of Greater Orlando (JFGO), celebrated its 20th anniversary on Saturday, Feb. 1, at the Rosen Plaza in Orlando. Mor...

 

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