Quantcast

Jewish Journal

Tag: Grandson

View the most popular tags overall?

  • Reflections on a Bar Mitzvah

    By Tom Tugend

    March 18, 2009 | 2:46 am

    The large California branch of the Tugend family flew to New York to celebrate the bar mitzvah of grandson Benjamin at a temple in suburban Larchmont, N.Y., last November, just before Thanksgiving.

    Ben’s older cousins in Van Nuys had marked their bar and bat mitzvahs years...

  • Obituaries

    May 18, 2006 | 8:00 pm

    Leonore Arvidson died April 26 at 80. She is survived by her daughter, Enid; son, Dean; grandson, Ben; sisters, Bea (Max) Perlberg and Char Goldberg; and brother, Stan Charnofsky. Mount Sinai

    HERMAN BRAGER died April 23 at 76. He is survived by his wife, Betty; son, Steven;...

  • Then There Was One

    By Naomi Pfefferman

    May 20, 2004 | 8:00 pm

    "I have all these weird mixed feelings about my new play," Neil Goldman said.

    As the grandson of Holocaust survivors, he wrote "A Candle for the Last," about the last living survivor, to do his part for Holocaust remembrance.

    "But at the same time, there's the 'by Neil Goldman'...

  • A Double Mitzvah

    By Keren Engelberg

    May 8, 2003 | 8:00 pm

    If one follows the traditional Jewish philosophy that a lifetime is 70 years, Dr. Hy Goldman was symbolically reborn on April 22, 2000. It's a philosophy Goldman likes, and thus followed to the next logical conclusion -- that he should reaffirm his commitment to Judaism with a second...

  • ADVERTISEMENT
    PUT YOUR AD HERE
  • Diagnosis: Grandfather

    By Tom Tugend

    December 27, 2001 | 7:00 pm

    "The Grandfather Thing" by Saul Turteltaub (Tallfellow Press, $16.95).

    Saul Turteltaub, whom I've known for a good many years, is a funny man and a funny television writer. If you laughed at "The Carol Burnett Show," "The Jackie Gleason Show," "That Girl" or "The Cosby Show," tip...

  • To Let Go, to Love, to Forgive

    By Ellie Kahn

    October 5, 2000 | 8:00 pm

    "I have good news! My cancer is in remission." I've called Elsie Schwartz to talk about the High Holy Days, but the news about her illness is an unexpected surprise and a huge relief. At 89, Elsie has taught me a great deal about life and about choosing to face death by living fully...
ADVERTISEMENT
PUT YOUR AD HERE