What happens to your social media accounts when you die? Not a question you may want to think about, but also one you may have never considered. Two Twin CIties Jews have the answer.
These three words, received in a text, immediately send my heart racing. They are my three least favorite words, and yet, they’ve seemed to plague my time so far.
The media is calling this a third intifada. At first we were hesitant to call it that, but it is now becoming clearer. And this time the terrorists are using a new tactic, a tactic that is almost impossible to track.
The following column is not meant to be political, nor is it meant to ignore politics… Rather, it is meant to draw in the reader to a reality in which politics is much like the weather: it exists and as a result, you dress appropriately.
In our weekly profile series, Who the Folk?!, we’ll interview a different member of the TC tribe every Monday. This week: Matthew Saxe!
Who saw winter coming so quickly? Max Leibowitz explains why this makes us like our grandparents.
We’re incredibly excited to announce this new series. In conjunction with Sholom, welcome to “Bubbe’s is Best.” Each month-ish we’ll be featuring a new Sholom resident and family, talking about that one dish that bubbe (or zayde) cooks better than anyone else.
We cannot explain away these attacks as politics. Nothing, absolutely nothing, justifies the cold-blooded murder of Jews. We must speak out.
Galit Breen sparked a fire last month when she wrote about her difficulties integrating with the local Jewish community. She’s now embarking on a bunch of “friend dates” with those who want to help.
In our weekly profile series, Who the Folk?!, we’ll interview a different member of the TC tribe every Monday. This week: Max Orenstein!