November 11, 2015 RSS feed / Columns

Surviving terrorism by eliminating fear through dialogue

JERUSALEM JOURNAL

In the latest wave of terror in Israel I learned something about myself.  October 13 was an especially difficult day.  I was in a morning class and we heard sirens. Lots of sirens.  More...

Great books make great Chanukah presents for children

LIBRARIANS’ ROUNDTABLE

Chanukah presents!  Somewhere among the electronic games and other gifts, we hope you will purchase books to give to the children on your list. More...

Fiddler’s ‘Do You Love Me?’: The anthem of the very married

SALLY’S WORLD

I love “Fiddler on the Roof.” I love the music, the message about love of place, the mingled sadness and joy.  But there’s one song that always grabs my heart—and it’s not “Sunrise/Sunset,” although for More...

The fun never ends with AEFTY!

TEEN SCENE

The fun never seemed to end this past fall for AEFTY! There was something for AEFTY members to do every single weekend in October. More...

JFCS’ Supported Employment program embodies promise and offers hope

STRAIGHT FROM THE HEART

“There is no greater disability in society, than the inability to see a person as more.”—Robert M. Hensel  More...

Take a few moments at year-end to look at your financial plan

MONEY MATTERS

Before you get overwhelmed with office and family parties, winter break traveling, or holiday season recuperating, why not take a few moments to consider your year-end estate, financial, insurance, and tax plans before 2016 arrives?  More...

MileIQ lets you automatically keep track of business mileage

COMPUSCHMOOZE

Ever since there have been personal computers, there have been programs to keep track of things related to your business. Accounting software, phone book and mailing list software, all made life easier. More...