It was 3 p.m. on a November weekday when Frank Hebroni found out who had saved him.
In 1981, when Pope John Paul II named Jean-Marie Lustiger archbishop of Paris, Lustiger felt conflicted, even burdened: “For me, this nomination was as if, all of a sudden, the crucifix began to wear a yellow star,” Lustiger told a reporter at the time.
Heather and Kristen are saving this show right now.
In the middle of a very busy day, my sister’s toot was a good laugh.
Sorry everybody at home.
A delicious, traditional apple cake slathered with ooey-gooey, Manischewitz-spiked apple pie filling, topped-off with melted cheddar.
One father’s mission to encourage positive choices.
The first time I met Leah Esquenazi, she was nestled beneath a tangle of tubes and wires in her hospital bed at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center.
A vegetarian seder can offer special delights.