By Susan Krawitz
My Outlaw Cousin Who Rode With Pancho Villa Rekindled My Relationship With Judaism
My mother never fed me spinach. She explained that it was because she was forced to eat so much of it by her mother, whose motto ran something along the lines of, “If a spoonful is good for you, a potful is even better.” Though my mother avoided making the spinach mistake with her own…
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