In the wake of Aleppo, “Never Again” rings as hollow as ever.19
It would have been a totally different show without Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
People like Gabor, who unabashedly reject the pretense of authenticity, serve as reminders that it’s all a performance.
Back in the 1990’s, Russian Jews felt secure in America. Now, Ellen Litman asks if our country is still such a safe place for her and her family.11
Jewish tradition indicates that eulogies should not be over-effusive, lest the undeserving deceased be judged all the more strictly in the next world. This problem arises afresh in the case of Zsa Zsa Gabor, who died on December 18 at age 99.8
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