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."
I don't understand why Kathy and Jac are back.
You just never know what you will learn at a dinner party.
In recent weeks, the American public has been inundated with horrifying reports surrounding the actions of players in the National Football League.
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.