This is a whole lot of crazy, even for Hollywood.
I love this video so much I had to share.
In Brian Finkelstein’s one-man show, “First Day Off in a Long Time,” he describes the true story of how, at 19, he was miserable in his relationship with a “Smiths-listening, vampire Goth chick who was addicted to crystal meth. And as much as [she] was addicted to meth, I was addicted to [her].”
Justice Fogelman: "The heart understands the difficulties, but the mind cannot accept the chosen solution."
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In Brian Finkelstein’s one-man show, “First Day Off in a Long Time,” he describes the true story of how, at 19, he was miserable in his relationshipread more
For weeks, the images filled the world’s television screens – of collapsed buildings, weeping parents and widows, and anguished calls for vengeance.
Each year my wife Rabbi Naomi Levy holds the High Holiday services for her outreach congregation Nashuva at the large, round ecumenical Church of Religiousread more
The 20th anniversary of the passing of the Lubavitcher Rebbe (1902-1994) has inspired no fewer than three new biographies, a fact that attests to his enduring importance even outside the Chasidic community he led for four decades.
I love the annual ritual of tashlich, the symbolic casting away of the soul’s sins.
When I was growing up in Los Angeles, Rosh Hashanah dinner always meant that my mother spent several days shopping and cooking.
Maybe this will be the year. Maybe, finally, when I sit down by a body of water for tashlich, I’ll do more than think about the sins I’ve committed against myself, my family and my friends.