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  • Area Jewish Families Celebrating Hanukkah

    Posted: December 16, 1998 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 0
    For most everyone else, Tuesday was just the second work day of the week. But for the Moss family, it was the third day of Hanukkah.
  • A Reluctant Child & Her Violin

    Posted: August 16, 1998 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 2
    I sat in the front row of the auditorium with my wife, holding my breath. We had just listened to an hour long violin recital by "Strings Inc.," a group of neighborhood children, ages four through eighteen. Included in the group was my four-year-old dau
  • A Most Valuable Offering

    Posted: July 5, 1998 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 1
    It may have been a fortune cookie that brought me to Thailand. At one of my favorite Chinese restaurants, a place called "Number 1," in New York City's Chinatown, I read, "Do not forsake your dreams for material security."
  • Bit of the Bronx comes to Jasper; Flying Saucer relocates

    Posted: June 24, 1998 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 0
    By Linda NegroWednesday, June 24, 1998Originally published in The Evansville Courier - Tempo Food sectionA New York-style deli has arrived In the Tri-State with the opening of Bronx Bagel i
  • New York comes to Jasper witharrival of the Moss Bronx Bagel

    Posted: June 3, 1998 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 0
    The City That Never Sleeps has just made its inimitable presence known in, of all places, southern Indiana.
  • Bronx Bagels - a little piece of Manhattan in Indiana

    Posted: May 20, 1998 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 0
    Dr. Richard Moss is a many-faceted individual. He has a thriving practice in ear, nose and throat, cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. e is a world traveler who lived and practiced medicine in Asia for three years. e taught Yoga on TV 27. He is a gifted
  • Taking On Managed Care

    Posted: February 7, 1998 Author: Dr. Moss Comments: 0
    AS A PHYSICiAN, I NEVER EXPECTED THE TROUBLE I'd have when managed care hit my town. But I got a jolt of reality when I glanced at the return address on a white manila envelope 1 nearly tossed into my stack of junk mail.
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