In his First Person column published June 7 ("When Jay Became Yaakov), Bob Andrews wrote about his best friend from childhood, Jay, who had changed his name to Yaakov and had become a spokesman for the settlement movement in the West Bank and Gaza. "I can't help wondering what...
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I first met Jay in the early '60s. I was in the fourth grade, and he, a smart, funny Jewish kid, was bumped up to my class by skipping a grade.
We hit it off immediately, and became good friends. Together with our friend, Eddie, we formed a club -- "Rat Finks Anonymous" -- complete...
March 8, 2001 | 7:00 pm