Salman Rushdie was gracious. Neal Pollack felt envious. Here’s a round-up of how Twitter’s been responding to Bob Dylan’s Nobel Prize.
The City of New York this week launched a campaign enlisting food trucks and street carts to distribute voter-registration forms.
“No one steals on Yom Kippur.”
In 1930, a 22-year-old Jewish woman penned a note to the Forward to ask for some dating advice. She was falling for a Christian man, but her strict Orthodox parents had threatened to disown her if she married a non-Jew.
A very different kind of High Holiday ‘service.’12
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