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Are you the kind of person who insists on matching the polish on your fingernails to your toenails? Does the idea of print mixing stress you out? Do you ascribe to arcane style rules like matching your bag to your shoe?
Two Israelis — a Jew and an Arab — have created a chilly partnership — through ice cream.
As college students across the country head back to campus this month, it’s a good moment to step back and consider the value of that very expensive education.
(JTA) — Not much could have prepared Molly Yeh for moving from New York City to Grand Forks, North Dakota — a city of a little over 50,000 residents near the state’s eastern border with Minnesota.
Michael Twitty dressed in the outfit that slaves wore in the American South — wool stockings, waistcoat and kerchief tied around his neck — to cook meat in an open-hearth oven on a historic Virginia plantation, more than one memory of slavery flashed through his mind.