People on Instagram told me that doing Jewish would make me feel better — and they were kind of right.
Listen as Forward Opinion Editor Laura E. Adkins, columnist Alex Zeldin, and special guests Arielle Angel and Tani Prell discuss Jews under 30.
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?