Flirting is one of the few things about being single that is fun. I love to flirt, and the truth is that when it comes to the art of flirtatious banter, I am an expert. Sexual banter? Again, an expert. Knowing the perfect time to twirl my hair, laugh, bat my eyelashes, and offer...
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August 16, 2007 | 8:00 pmThe weird thing about mixed seating in synagogue is that sometimes couples are all over each other. Inappropriate during prayer time for sure, but somewhat more distracting when one half of that couple happens to be a guy you once dated.
A guy you dated until he yelled at you for...
August 9, 2007 | 8:00 pmA Jerusalem rabbi once told me that when we're born, God whispers the name of our beshert -- our soulmate or destiny. The cleft above our lips, he said, is where God places a finger, to silence our ability to reveal the secret.
Since then, I've anticipated the moment when I'd happen...
July 26, 2007 | 8:00 pmI have gone into bars and thrown myself into situations unprepared. I have struggled to find something impressive to say and ended up highlighting my brief stint as an extra on "The Office." And I have walked away from a girl with a number suspecting that it was lifted directly off a...
June 7, 2007 | 8:00 pm
The grunion were running last weekend, so I went down to the Venice Beach breakwater just before midnight to watch them mate. The sight of thousands of slim, silvery fish wiggling desperately out of the surf and struggling to spawn before the next wave crashed upon them made me...