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Desert Willow Assisted Living at Sagewood Transforms Assisted Living

Photo: The desert-inspired second-floor lounge and at Desert Willow. From modern apartment living design to life-enriching amenities including an on-site rehabilitation and fitness center, restaurant-style dining and chef-prepared meals delivered to your front door, a beautiful and well-stocked library, nondenominational chapel, full-service beauty salon and barber shop, large community living room with fireplace and piano,…

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Chef Oren’s Easy Lemon Bean Pasta

Pantry shelves are stockpiled with cans of beans but while these will last a long time it can be hard to get creative with recipe ideas for beans, beans the magical fruit. After you have made chili, tacos and topped some salads with them, they just aren’t that magical anymore. Chef Oren Zroya, a private…

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Surviving and Thriving

Photo: Mirjam today By Sharon Gelbach Listening to Mirjam Bait Talmi (nee Szpiro) tell her tale of Holocaust survival, I’m immediately struck by her attempt to date every memory, categorize every conversation, and place each memoir in the context of the larger events taking place around her. It all makes sense when I learn that…

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Please act now!

Dear Colleagues, As you may have read in the news yesterday, Senate Republicans released a massive stimulus plan to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic to help businesses having trouble staying afloat. We need to make sure that nonprofits, such as Jewish Federations and their partner agencies, receive this aid to ensure our work across the…

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Soup’s on!

By Paula Shoyer Soups are not only a great comfort food on a cold winter day, but they can also be a meal-in-a-bowl when you are trying to eat healthier in the new year. These recipes are from Chef Paula Shoyer, “a chef who takes the calories out of comfort foods.” To find more of…

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