“I’m going to link this event to this meal that I made where I felt like everything did not turn out the way I wanted.”
The Forward invites you to join us in reviving the tradition of sending and receiving these holiday cards — called shone-toyves in Yiddish.
“There’s this idea that Jewish women weren’t happy, so how can we write romance about it? Any time can be terrible, but people are falling in love.”
“I think the bigger issue is more important than the possible damage that our building might incur. How do you bring about change?”
In its most anti-Semitic usage, the word “cosmopolitan” appears as a noun paired with the adjective “rootless.”
“I truly believe the safety of our kids depends on electing him president. He’s a good man, and a great listener, and he cuts through the BS.”
“The first time I meet my mother-in-law, she puts my face in her hand … she looks at me and she says, ‘You’re prettier than you are on television.’”
“Being able to bring Holocaust survivors to the capital to testify on behalf of my bill was very emotional,” she said.
“This is all about silencing me, but they can’t silence me, because it’s not a part of my nature. I’m a child of survivors.”
“This is all a part of cancel-culture. Mort stands for questioning things that people don’t want to be questioned.”