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Julia Hobsbawm
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Fully connecting to my heritage

Julia Hobsbawm, the world's first Professor of Networking thinks we spend too much time online. She tells Hilary Freeman about her digital Shabbat.

Hilary Freeman

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Fully connecting to my heritage
  • Valenstein and Fatt: Grey London's name for 100 days
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    The value of names

    Ad agency Grey London is taking on a temporary new name, to make a point about diversity and honour its Jewish founders.

    Barry Frankfurt

    Thursday, April 6, 2017

    The value of names
  • Will an unpaid loan get in the way of a friendship?
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    Ask Hilary: A loan to a friend

    Our Agony Aunt advises a friend who's regretting a loan, and a mum whose son doesn't want to be part of her wedding.

    Hilary Freeman

    Tuesday, April 4, 2017

    Ask Hilary: A loan to a friend
  • The Gaffin/Fidler family
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    'Living Well' - in the JC!

    Rachel Gaffin Fidler writes about appearing in a full-page advertisement in the JC, along with her family

    Rachel Gaffin Fidler

    Tuesday, April 4, 2017

    'Living Well' - in the JC!
  • Features

    Tesla Model X 90D

    Tesla's Model X is an electric car that might well do to petrol and diesel cars what Ford's Model T did to the horse and cart.

    Daniel Cobbs

    Friday, March 24, 2017

    Tesla Model X 90D
  • Charitable matters: Anna Josse
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    Advising the rich and generous

    If you've got a lot of money and yearn to help others, you need to talk to Anna Josse

    Jennifer Lipman

    Thursday, March 23, 2017

    Advising the rich and generous
  • Features

    True or False? 6 facts about varicose veins

    How do we sort the true from the false when it comes to varicose veins? Anthea Gerrie puts in the legwork.

    The JC in partnership with Highgate Hospital

    Wednesday, March 22, 2017

    True or False? 6 facts about varicose veins
  • Joel Pearlman as a child in Colombia
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    Bullied as a boy, now I own a bank

    Joel Perlman grew up in crime-ridden Colombia, bullied by non-Jewish schoolmates and Jewish kids alike. But now he's a business success.

    Charlotte Oliver

    Monday, March 20, 2017

    Bullied as a boy, now I own a bank
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    Confessions of a rabbi

    Is being a rabbi a job for a nice Jewish boy or girl? Rabbi Jonathan Romain's new book tells all.

    Jonathan Romain

    Thursday, March 9, 2017

    Confessions of a rabbi
  • Emma Serlin with her son, Leo
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    Does accent matter?

    Elocution expert Emma Serlin had to draw on all her communication skills when discussing her son's bris.

    Emma Serlin

    Thursday, March 9, 2017

    Does accent matter?
  • Ruth Bader Ginsburg at her swearing in as associate Supreme Court Justice in 1993
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    10 inspirational Jewish women

    March 8th is International Women's Day, so it seems like the perfect time to share one woman's top 10 of the most inspirational Jewish women.

    Sarah Bronzite

    Tuesday, March 7, 2017

    10 inspirational Jewish women
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    Ask Hilary

    Hilary Freeman helps a reader who is being targeted on social media

    Hilary Freeman

    Friday, March 3, 2017

    Ask Hilary
  • A woman in a conversion court.
    Family

    Diary of a semi-shiksa: waiting to be unmasked

    'I know that there will be some Jews to whom I will never count as a proper Jew; I can live with that. The more important struggle may be learning to accept myself, whoever I am.'

    Zelda Leon

    Friday, March 3, 2017

    Diary of a semi-shiksa: waiting to be unmasked