The COVID-19 pandemic has brought us many challenges. But ironically, it’s also helped make 2020 a great year for learning Yiddish.
She asked for “a list of all the grandchildren and great-grandchildren so she could pray for them.” Then 400 people showed up.
The unidentified suspect also kicked a sign board in the family’s direction before walking away.
Remember: The Thanksgiving table isn’t the Internet.
My job offered excellent maternity leave benefits. But after my husband’s second seizure, I had no idea what the future would hold for us.
Earlier this year, the Forverts asked readers to submit anecdotes and photos of their favorite heirlooms.
The forced separation of families in the United States today recalls my own family’s journey from Ukraine to America.
The Forverts has begun preparing a special issue dedicated to the cherished family heirlooms of our readers and website visitors.
“That is amazing,” David said upon hearing the news. “Alright. Cousin Bernie.”
I currently live over 1,000 miles away from my hometown, but I’m making a point to travel back this year for Rosh Hashanah — here’s why.