Attacking the messenger and not the message
The best Herman Wouk story (almost) no one has read
If Catholic Ireland said ‘yes’ – could Israel ever do the same?
Houston floods inundate Jewish homes and two synagogues
The order of tribal sacrifices: Parashat Naso (Numbers 4:21-7:89)
Up-cycle cereal boxes to make picture frames
A press club in West Jerusalem?
In Jerusalem, examining global press freedom
Dr. Rachelle Zukerman
January 17, 2008 | 7:00 pmMany potential residents pin their hopes on assisted living and its menu of services as a means to keep them independent for as long as possible. Seniors who require help and support in managing their daily activities, but who don't need medical oversight or intense supervision, are...
February 2, 2006 | 7:00 pm
Some 10 million older Americans need some kind of assistance to get through every day. Family members (mostly grown children) provide about 80 percent of that help. Lots of those adult children welcome the opportunity to give back to their parents a portion of the love and care they...
December 18, 2003 | 7:00 pm
Sally H., an 80-year-old Fairfax resident, recently fell into inconsolable sadness after her canary died. To her family, her intense and prolonged sorrow seemed out of place because Sally had only bought the pet a few months earlier.
"It was only a bird!" they said.