Pogrebin decided to do something that, for her, was radical: She would spend a year celebrating every holiday in the Jewish calendar.
For years, Laurie Gwen Shapiro didn’t think her grandmother Fanny’s story was worth telling. Then she discovered the astonishing history.
For reading material this weekend, look to two new novels from Israeli authors: David Grossman’s “A Horse Walks Into a Bar” and Ayelet Gundar-Goshen’s “Waking Lions.”
A 28-year-old New Orleans native is chef at Lady’s, a huge new Italian joint serving pasta and pizza with a very distinctive flair.
Peter Hayes’s “Explaining the Holocaust” analyzes the Shoah in all its complexity, refusing to subscribe to the idea that it’s “beyond comprehension.”
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