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  • Don’t Get Tongue Tied With Your Toast

    By Suzi Brozman

    November 10, 2005 | 7:00 pm

    Chances are, someday you'll be called on to raise a glass and offer a toast, probably at a lifecycle event like a wedding or bar mitzvah. Will you be ready? Will you remember the main points you wanted to make? Or will you end up with glass in hand and foot in mouth?

    The toast is...

  • Attending to Gifts

    By Linda Bachmann

    November 10, 2005 | 7:00 pm

    Your wedding party is an entourage of childhood friends, college roommates, siblings and other close family members. Most have been by your side, contributing their time, energy and love throughout the entire wedding planning process. So, when the big event is about to happen, how...

  • What, Meryl Worry?

    By Amy Klein

    October 27, 2005 | 8:00 pm

    In the new movie "Prime," Meryl Streep is wearing a lavender button-down shirt, a red shawl draped comfortably around her broad shoulders and a brown hairdo that manages to have bangs, wings and flips all going at the same time. But somehow it's the double strand of big red beads...

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  • Wedding Bell Oops!

    By Carin Davis

    October 27, 2005 | 8:00 pm

    Last time I saw Barry, he was dressed as an egg at a Purim party, so I was excited to run into him last month at a birthday party.

    This time, for better or worse, he was wearing pants.

    "Barry, what's up? I haven't seen you in forever. How's life? How's work? Ohmygosh, how was your...

  • Happy Birthday, Me!

    By J. Keith van Straaten

    July 28, 2005 | 8:00 pm

    In a few weeks I'll turn 33 and, sadly, I realize I'm long past being anything "for my age." I'm no longer cute for my age, talented for my age, a good reader for my age. All qualifications and special considerations have long passed. There's nothing I can get away with now because,...

  • Tying the Knot While Rolling the Dice

    By Leah Hochbaum

    July 7, 2005 | 8:00 pm

    Between the drinking, the gambling and the legalized prostitution, Las Vegas just might be the most romantic spot on the planet for the biggest drunken gamble of them all: marriage. But while making your inebriated way down the aisle in this marriage mecca is as easy as pie for the...

  • ‘I Do’ in Israel Without Rabbinate OK

    By Michele Chabin

    July 7, 2005 | 8:00 pm

    The bride circled the groom under the chuppah. The groom stomped a wine glass at the end of the ceremony and was greeted with shouts of "mazel tov."

    Despite these traditional touches, this wedding was not performed by an Orthodox rabbi, and therefore not registered by the Chief...

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