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Freelancer Corner

  • Adam Reinherz

    Adam like to write about obituaries, running and endurance athletics. He has been published in The Jewish Chronicle and JUF News. He also enjoys running.

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  • Harriette Ellis

    Harriette has written for the Times Picayune and edited three newspapers for California Apparel News Group. She likes to write about personality profiles, health and education. She also likes to use her photography skills to illustrate her stories.

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  • Simi Horwitz

    Simi has been published in Crain's New York Business and American Theatre magazine. She enjoys writing profiles of well-known artists that includes covering off-the-beaten track stories about lesser known artists.

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