Diana Deene is 74 years old, but she doesn’t consider herself retired. She runs a marketing business, which she started after her previous job as a psychotherapist stopped paying the bills. She also plans to live until she’s 100, which could be a problem because, she admits, she...
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Not too long ago, some Jewish mothers and I were discussing our kids' upcoming b'nai mitzvah. We were wondering how to tame the ever-escalating, three-ring circus that the parties have become.
We are commanded to celebrate this important day in our children's lives as if it were a...
January 6, 2005 | 7:00 pm
New Anti-Semitism Report
The U.S. State Department praised the work of European governments against anti-Semitism, but said law enforcement must do more to respond to anti-Semitic crimes. The State DepartmentÃ¯Â¿Â½(tm)s report addressing anti-Semitic incidents around the...
July 12, 2001 | 8:00 pm
Money has always been a divisive issue in Christina and John Barton's 19-year marriage. John "nearly broke out in a sweat" when he saw the $60 dinner bill. "I call him the original tightwad," says Christina, 47, describing herself as more free-spending than her husband.
November 18, 1999 | 7:00 pmMonique Maas Gibbons believes that in the 21st century women will be more in charge of their finances than ever before.
"Now we have to start thinking about how to save and how to make our money grow," Gibbons told the Journal.
So Gibbons herself started thinking. The result was "Women...
November 18, 1999 | 7:00 pmThe captains of Israel's economy told world economic leaders at the annual conference of the International Monetary Fund last month that Israel's sluggish economy is set for a revival after a three-year slowdown.
Rosy government forecasts have been backed by a series of recent...