“What we’re hoping to do is give people one version of what it means to live Jewishly in connection to the land.”
“Dating And New York,” the most straightforwardly-titled film to hit theaters this fall, is supposed to take place over a number of months. But you wouldn’t be able to tell, because nearly every scene in this rom-com takes place in peak leaf-peeping season.
“I always pretend I’m the person with the shortest attention span of anyone I know.”
Rivka Galchen showed up to our Zoom interview wearing white headphones and a baseball t-shirt bearing the words “Brooklyn Poets.”
“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.