‘Worry about something else’ and other words of wisdom from the Abbys
If you drift closer to some friends and farther away from others, maybe that’s O.K. This is a time to rethink everything.
From its start in 1906, A Bintel Brief was a pillar of the Forward, helping generations of Jewish immigrants learn how to be American.
if you don’t feel capable of making art right now, that’s O.K. In any artistic life, there are fallow periods. Think of this period as your shmita.
The Bader Ginsburg love story is underrated.
“Vanessa Carlton would walk 1,000 miles — find someone who will do a subway transfer for you.”
The ‘Girls’ Trip’ star offers seriously helpful “Tiff Tips” for dating.
“I’m basically a liberal Jew,” Obama told the crowd at Emanu-El.
Move over, Dr. Ruth — there’s a (not-so) new sassy Jewish sex therapist in town. Her name is Shirley Zussman — and she just became a centenarian.
The Bintel Brief famously documented the trials of adapting to life in America. The staff at the Tenement Museum has picked up the torch — with a few modern touches.