A perfect handbook? No. But Carin Davis dishes out plenty of witty advice in “Life, Love, Lox: Real-World Advice for the Modern Jewish Girl.” And the end result is pretty entertaining.
Do American’s celebrate Memorial Day wrong? Compared to Israel we do. Instead of honoring those who have fallen in service for our country we BBQ.
JDate’s free new mobile app – another tool to find your “bashert” or a distraction from reality? UofM student Ilana Ostrin weighs in.
You were a kippah at shul. You put a mezuzah on your doorposts, but are you “out” as a Jew at work? When is it okay to be Jewish at work? And how?
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Our society values oh-so-very many traits. Gentle but tough. Friendly but private. Caring but independent. Confused are you? I think our girls might be, too.
Down with the “two-state” solution. It clearly hasn’t been working out. It was just the stuff of someone’s confused LSD trip, and not a good trip, either.
When people outside of Minnesota think of our the state, I always hear “cold and snowy” mentioned in the same breath. So, what is edible this early in the season? I’ve got some ideas for you.
I can’t tell you how tired I was of Jews, in TV and movies, being portrayed and/or seen as timid victims. Jewish people, despite what Woody Allen and, sometimes, Spielberg, might display in their films, are, in actuality, cunning, agile Jedi Knights.
Covered in sweat and with feet that kill, I am here to declare my first Jewish wedding a success.