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Photo Prose By Gary Rabenko Planning a party? Some party planners can help. They organize the unorganized, keep track of all the details, and deal with all the vendors–or whichever vendors...

Mother’s Day flowers from Jewish Women International raise spirits, awareness

By Debra Rubin/JNS.org Click photo to download. Caption: The card for the 2013 Jewish Women International Mother's Day Flower Project. Credit: Jewish Women International. As the director of a shelter for...

Feeling pumped: Herbalife ups forecast after strong Q1

Embattled Herbalife posted a 25 percent gain in first-quarter profits, topping Wall Street expectations. The distributor of nutritional and weight-loss products, at the center of a huge smackdown between hedge...

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By Elke Probkevitz Spring urges us all out from our hibernation to rediscover nature’s bounty in bloom. The smells of flowers and trees blooming and produce new to the season...

Once Shamed Fashion Designer Galliano to Teach at NYC Fashion School

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Joan Rivers At Local Charity Fashion Extravaganza, June 4

By Samatha Hain After a nearly three-year hiatus, Couture for a Cause is back and better than ever, with their “Joys of Life” fashion show hosted by famed comedic personality...

More Cameras, More Problems

Photo Prose Today’s Video, Part 4 By Gary Rabenko Equipment is good. Experience is great. Talent is terrific. Skill makes it meaningful. Last month I wrote how amazing new cameras are...

Some Kind Of Mouse

By Mordechai Schmutter My son Daniel came home with a gerbil the other day. These kids pick up the weirdest things in school. (Yes, his morah sent it home.) It...

Cooking With Whole Grains

By Elke Probkevitz Refined grain products are a staple in every household. You would be hard-pressed to find a pantry without a bag of flour and sugar or boxes of...

Herbalife must redo books in KPMG scandal

Herbalife, the controversial nutritional supplements company, will have to redo its books for the past three years after its auditor was ensnared in an insider-trading scandal. Shares were halted for...

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