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The Power of Love

I watched him care for his wife until she passed away. He was very quiet, not prone to conversation, but always had a shy smile and a comfortable way about him. I didn’t see him much after she died, except when he would head out of his driveway on his 10-speed bike for one of…

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Capturing the Magic

Photographers Pinina Zober and Yaakov Molho capture images of special moments ranging from weddings and bar/bat mitzvahs to family photo sessions, business events and even pet portraits. Since the two teamed up two and a half years ago, Molho Photography has been steadily expanding. Chicago-born Pinina has an artistic background in design, marketing and photography….

Prodigies Are Kids Too: Emily Bear

By Janet Arnold, October 2014 Emily Bear, hailed as a 13-year-old piano prodigy, has been called the next Mozart. She composes, orchestrates and performs in a wide variety of styles. After spending time with Emily, Quincy Jones remarked, “With the ability to seamlessly move from classical to jazz and bebop, she shows as much musical…

Homes with Heart Are Fashionable

By Kira Brown, December 2014 The home is where the heart is, and each home should have heart! There’s no better designer to express heart-filled joy and visual creativity than Jonathan Adler. The brand that touts “We believe handcrafted tchotchkes are life-enhancing” brings fun to all homes. You can find Jonathan’s line in his namesake…

Resolve to Get Fit Early This New Year!

By Debra Rich Gettleman, December 2014 Chad Robins started weight training at age 13. That’s about the same time he began to explore his love of cooking. He was always into eating healthy, participating in sports and being active. So it’s no wonder that he’s found a way to channel all of his interests and…

Parenting: The Media Sends Us Into A Panic

By Debra Rich Gettleman, December 2014 Don’t you just love the media? If it’s not an impending hurricane in Florida, it’s Ebola coming across our shores, the next great economic depression, gangs, guns, rampant terrorists, etc. … There is always something perilous on our horizon, and the media seems to take great glee in over-reporting…

Where Do Jewish People Eat? Southern Rail

By A. Noshman, December 2014 As a native, I love all things Arizona – except for the politics. Newly opened Southern Rail Restaurant is steeped in Arizona history, as it takes over the former location of Jay Newton’s Beef Eaters restaurant. Built in 1961, Beef Eaters was a sprawling English-themed celebration of steak and prime…

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