In recent weeks, the American public has been inundated with horrifying reports surrounding the actions of players in the National Football League.
I am bored with the cancer storyline already.
A sense of humor is required in order to date.
Israel has lined up nearly 100 "exceptional" incidents for review.
In the Hollywood offices where WGN America’s TV drama “Manhattan” was written, a poster of a man with his mouth taped shut reads, “Loose talk can cost lives.” A metal plaque warns, “What you do here, what you hear here, what you leave here — stays here.”
Celebrities turn to Twitter to tribute Joan Rivers.
In the Hollywood offices where WGN America’s TV drama “Manhattan” was written, a poster of a man with his mouth taped shut reads, “Loose talk can costread more
As we look back on the triumphs and failures of the past year, let’s reflect on one of the perennial shortfalls of the Jewish world — how we consistentlyread more
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
In 1956, during the Suez Crisis, a young Juliana Maio and her family were kicked out of Egypt and forced to flee to France. All her life, she was curiousread more
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.
Brent Stein has a knack for taking something traditional and giving it a serious tweak.