I met Meredith through my friend, Matt. I was riding my bike in the hood when he pulled up next to me in his car, with Meredith sitting in the passenger seat. He introduced us, and she said, “You’re cute.” I said, “Thanks. I’m married.” With barely a blink, she asked,...
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Did you meet the love of your life through The Jewish Journal's personals? Was it lasting devotion or did it crash and burn? We're compiling the best stories of people who met through The Journal to run as part of our 20th anniversary edition. Send your stories -- happy or horrid -- to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line: JJ Love. Be sure to include your name, since we will not run anonymous submissions.
Deadline is May 31.
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Thirty-three years ago an Israeli soldier was killed during the War of Attrition in Fort Kantara on the Suez Canal. The soldier's name was Kobi; he was 19. I think about Kobi every day, and sometimes I don't sleep at night. Thirty-three years have passed, and I still live with it...
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September 9, 1999 | 8:00 pmDear Jewish Journal:
About five years ago, I ended a very serious relationship. I was devastated, but knew that my life could not end over this. I did everything to try and resolve my pain but it was hopeless. I eventually moved to another city, started a new career, and got on with...
April 2, 1998 | 7:00 pm
So you've finally decided to place a personal ad.Can't believe you waited so long. Just describe yourself, the personyou want to meet and -- Shazam! Couple of phone calls, cafe, Italianrestaurant, and you'll be on your way.
Easier than finding mustard at a hot dogconvention. Maybe you...