On Sunday night of last week, while making dinner, I burned my left forearm. I reached into the oven to pull out the shelf and retrieve dinner, and the shelf hit my arm. It was an immediate jolt, but more shocking than painful. It didn't look like anything and I figured it was a...
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Unknown vandals broke into the synagogue on the island of Corfu and burned books two centuries old as well as kipot and tallitot.
The break-in occurred at approximately dawn Tuesday, the second day of Passover.
Firemen arrived within minutes and prevented the fire from spreading...
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Until burn survivor Wendy (not her real name) met makeup artist Maurice Stein a decade ago, she dreaded leaving her house. Before a gas stove explosion almost burned her alive in 1987, she had been a 23-year-old cocktail waitress with long, blonde hair and blue eyes, and generated...