I earned my breakfast this morning, because this morning I set out at 4 a.m. with my son Teddy and two friends to hike up the winding Snake Path to the top of Masada. It was a 17-minute drive from our hotel at the Ein Gedi kibbutz on the Dead Sea to the base, and a little more than 45 minutes later we were at the top.
It’s not too late to buy a Father’s Day gift. The liquor stores are open all day.
The big day came and went, leaving a trail of about 100,000 photos on Facebook, and memories of the most spectacular wedding I can remember. The evening was filled with so much love; the food would almost seem secondary — except that the bride was culinary Countess Adeena Sussman, and the food was therefore utterly extraordinary.
Mexican and American brewers came together this past month to bottle a New England IPA that also pokes fun at President Trump using Nazi imagery.
(JTA) — A New York kosher restaurant is under fire for employing the brother of Palestinian-American activist Linda Sarsour.