She lives in the town of Bedford, where almost two years ago a swastika was discovered in the bathroom of a public school.
When an Israeli-born Bene Israel Indian Jew who lives in the U.S. took her first trip to her parents’ homeland, she was captivated by an intriguing challah-baking program.
It’s not the best possible operetta in the best of all possible worlds. But one could have done a lot worse.
I borrowed the book from my parents, stashed it into my laptop case and begrudgingly cracked it open over Greenland. I couldn’t put it down.
On Tuesday, the National Book Critics Circle revealed the finalists for its 2016 book awards. Those finalists include Michael Chabon’s “Moonglow” in fiction and former United States Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky’s “At The Foundling Hospital.”
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