“People usually look miserable in courtrooms; they are horrible places where people’s lives are unraveling.”
Martin Coyney might not have been a real doctor, but he had a “tremendous legacy.”
I am grappling with the emotional and cognitive dissonance of being forced to look at someone in a new, unflattering light.
According to his admirers, Blecher was a hidden genius of modernist literature, another lost Kafka scattered in the wreckage of 20th century Europe.
Dov Bechhofer was suspended from his job as a doctor at Montefiore Medical Center for allegedly making racist comments on a white supremacist website.
“Whenever Michael Bloomfield, Bob Dylan and myself were together, it was like three Jewish kids from the Midwest hanging out and playing together.”
Sanctuary cities — and other forms of resistance against unjust laws — are not only acceptable, but also necessary.
The Hebraic section has long been recognized as one of the world’s foremost centers for the study of Hebrew and Yiddish materials.
I’ve felt holier listening to Marvin Gaye’s “Wholy Holy” than I ever felt in Hebrew school.
What difference would it make if you find out that you were 1% Viking?