Wedding bells are ringing for an Asian woman and her Jewish fiance but their parents only want to talk about future grandchildren. How to explain that they may not even have kids?
EDITORIAL: As we look to the less obvious but pressing Jewish issues in 2014, let’s first discard some old assumptions.
If Judaism is an operating system for life, it’s going to need some small bug fixes and security patches in 2014. So here’s to a year of rolling up our sleeves and writing great code.
Maybe the Christian right is right, after all. For almost 40 years now, they’ve been warning us that traditional religion is being eroded — and maybe we’ve reached a tipping point.
Starting in 2014, Israel will pay for all abortions for women between the ages of 20 and 33. But there’s a catch.
Ever attend an awkward New Year’s Eve party? Probably can’t top this one immortalized by the Jewish tabloid photographer Weegee seven decades ago.