“Some experiences are so ravaging, they seem almost to enter us from an impersonal source, like an invasion — disease, disaster.”
There’s a long history of ice cream brands engaging in activism — and serving as flashpoints in political conflicts.
It looked like a pretty ordinary Instagram post: a smiling woman in a trendy periwinkle dress, posed against a background of roses.
“I don’t have my youth anymore. I don’t have my beauty. But I feel more united, I feel better in my own skin.”
Zalmen Glauber is a local sculptor and an evangelist for his neighborhood’s artistic potential.
In “My Unorthodox Life,” women who wear trendy outfits are unequivocally empowered, while those who don’t are benighted and oppressed.
“If people wanted to be out, the only place they could be respected was the queer community.”
People on Instagram told me that doing Jewish would make me feel better — and they were kind of right.
Your dad says he “doesn’t need anything.” Here’s what he wants.
The film excels in evoking the uneasy intimacies that arise when we pay people to perform emotional labor.