“I’m getting all ‘verklempt’ just thinking about it,” Obama said to laughter as he read through Streisand’s list of accomplishments
I am ready for Nene to appear.
I've been waiting, and wasn't disappointed.
Audrey Irmas, a noted philanthropist and one of the most prominent art collectors in the United States, laughed as she recalled a friend’s response to her purchase of Cy Twombly’s “blackboard” painting, “Untitled, 1968,” back in 1990.
As the wise Sufi teaching goes: Before you speak, ask yourself: Is it kind, is it necessary, is it true, does it improve the silence?”
Are hot dogs the modern cancer sticks?
Just as Charedi Jews in the United States are likely to enroll their kids in a yeshiva, attend synagogue every week and vote Republican, so too are Modern Orthodox Jews.
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“I should say, right off, that I am not generally an admirer of rabbis,” journalist Zev Chafets writes in “The Bridge Builder: The Life and Continuing Legacy of Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein, An Authorized Biography” (Sentinel).
The phone call from the Southern California Jewish Sports Hall of Fame came unexpectedly to Merrill Moses.
Pitcher Jon Moscot worked for years to make it to the big leagues. This summer, that dream came true — and ended seven pitches into his third start.
He had been a high school football star, served in the U.S. Navy and was being groomed to work alongside his brother as a pharmacist in his native Philadelphia.