To the editor:
I was spending my five free minutes on Facebook when I saw my younger daughter’s posting. “Seriously? This is embarrassing…” She was referring to…
A diverse group of Jewish, Christian and Muslim neighbors came together to learn, pray for peace and break the fast together in Roslyn, New York.
One grandson arrived in our world just as Sandy was roaring up the coast. A year later, Jordan Micah can start baby steps toward making it a better place for all.
It was 50 years ago that civil rights activists sat in at a lunch counter to fight for freedom. Women who want to pray at the Kotel are fighting the same battle.
‘Princesses: Long Island’ may be good TV. As for reality, the young Jewish women I know on Long Island are smart, capable and funny — not at all like the ones on the small screen.
Pamela Geller’s planned speech at the Great Neck Synagogue has been cancelled. While relieved, one member says it’s a shame the shul didn’t speak out against her hate-filled views.
It’s not easy to move the family Seder from the place where it’s been held for years. But at some point, a new generation has to take the plunge.