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Purim with Esther Russell
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Malkah in shaytel-land ... a visit to Yali's Wigs
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In the early 1960's, wigs were a statement of high fashion. For the young Orthodox bride, the shaytel (wig) is a way to fulfill the Jewish practice of covering hair in a fashionable way. We visit Yali in the Five Towns to get the inside scoop on what's hot and what's not about shaytels. 

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Interview on CBS Radio
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We received an Email from Robert Galinsky requesting an interview on his CBS radio show Reality Wanted, so Valerie stepped up to the plate. Click here to listen to the clip. Robert Galinsky is the founder of the NY Reality TV School and the show features industry insiders and reality addicts who call in looking for their shot at fame.

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PEJE Jeff Swartz Day School Interview
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Linda Keenan of the Huffington Post
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Moms Gone Wild: The Real Housewives of Orthodox Judaism - by Linda Keenan - Former CNN Producer

I think of Facebook as an evolving scrapbook of my life as a mother, one that my son could look back on one day with great affection. I can hear him now. "February 17, 2008: that's the day Mommy said she was giving up pubic hair for Lent!" "Oh, here's a picture of Mommy showing her cleavage to celebrate Boobquake!" "Wow, Mommy sure talked about Klonopin a lot. A LOT." ... click for more

 

 
IOOH is Front Page News
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advocate-frontCheck out our article on the front page of  The Jewish Advocate for January 1, 2010. Click here for a PDF version.