Nearly everyone who moved home stayed longer than expected, but most left eventually. These 20- and 30- somethings still haven’t.
At 5 pm on Fridays, Julia Logan pushes back her desk, moves her work screen aside and dims the lighting. In her small apartment dining room, amidst twinkling lights in mason jars, she sets a Shabbat table for one and joins a Zoom call of seven other young adults in Chicago, and across the country.
Get thee to a nunnery?
“Vanessa Carlton would walk 1,000 miles — find someone who will do a subway transfer for you.”
Do we really need to socialize our sons to be cat-loving soup eaters?
Kosher food and community ‘ketubahs’: welcome to Jewish co-working spaces.
The women were handsome and hygienic-looking, like flight attendants on American Airlines. The men looked like youthful Hollywood step-dads.
The more things change, the more they stay the same?
The survey also found that 41% of millennials believe that fewer than two million Jews were killed.
“In the coming decades, more Americans will be forced to adapt in larger, stranger ways to an increasingly hostile environment.”