Good to the last drop – and then some

By day Labe works as a research assistant to a professor of dental medicine in Tel Aviv.

November 22, 2017 19:51
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Daughter of US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman makes aliya

Daughter of US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman makes aliya . (photo credit: SHAHAR AZRAN)


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Simone Labe calls her small business – making jewelry from used coffee capsules – “encapsulating.”

“It’s a play on the words ‘enchanting’ and ‘captivating,’” explains the 49-year-old mother of three who made aliya from Zimbabwe in 1995.


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