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Crystal-covered, convertible poolside fashion

In a town where wearing the same outfit twice — even months apart — is frowned upon, Sigal Benabou created a solution: reversible-print, ...
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For antique purse collector Lori Blaser, even the smallest one is valuable

Lori Blaser’s home is a shrine to women’s handbags. With 2,500 pieces in her collection — the oldest of which dates back to the 16th century ...
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Winnie & Kat: Clothes made for women

When life took a turn for the worse for Diane Prince a few years ago — there were problems with the business she ran with her husband and ...
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Where Will You Tashlich?

I love the annual ritual of tashlich, the symbolic casting away of the soul’s sins. As it often involves tossing pieces of bread representing our ...
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It’s Never Too Late: Seniors inspire with their zest for renewal

This will be my last Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur serving as rabbi at the Los Angeles Jewish Home, and then I will be retiring. My career has had ...
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