Woody Allen’s new film explores the world of magic and what exists beyond the purely rational.
My husband is like Mr. Sustainability when it comes to his clothes, using them up until they are utterly and incontrovertibly no longer usable.
Jews may be more forgetful than other people. After all, we lost ten of the twelve tribes, and the holy Ark.
On a recent seder night, I experienced a redemption of sorts and a reminder that God knows what we need and sends it when we need it.
If chocolate wasn’t heaven-sent, why else would the first three letters of Godiva spell G-O-D?
Advice to those advocating a boycott of Israel: be consistent and boycott everything that comes from the tiny Jewish state. This will make your life much more…interesting.
Scoring a professional goal can take a long time. A really long time. But it’s worth it.
The story of the makings of Mary Poppins shares something in common with the story of the Jewish People.
Working out in a gym that proudly displays organic soap – and plays misogynistic music.
I am one of those Jews who knows nothing about home improvement projects, other than how to write the checks for them.
Chasidic Israeli filmmaker Rama Burshtein’s fascinating film is almost as fascinating as her own story.
In the 1960’s they used to say “Don’t trust anyone over 30”; Now, they say “Don’t trust anyone who looks older than 30!”
While my body would love to go away for Passover, my soul enjoys making Seders at home.
The Shabbat of Unity allowed me to get out of my own bubble and connect to Jews different than me.
Fewer Americans are dieting now than in recent years. If you ask me, that’s very healthy.
First time grandmother Judy Gruen finds out that looking after a newborn is harder than she remembers.
Ideas to light up your celebration during the eight nights of Hanukkah.
Many young women are realizing just how damaging were her views.
Politics aside, the real war on women is being waged by fashion designers.
Today I announce my candidacy for president of the United States. My motto: "Opinion over Experience”.
Michel Hazanavicious’s Golden Globe winning silent film imparts powerful lessons about the power of speech.
I’m sitting out Thanksgiving this year. Not because I am un-American, but because I’m full.
How Jewish guidelines of male-female relationships could have helped.
Students around the world who will be graduating shortly, gather around and listen to my pearls of wisdom.
I was no spiritual seeker and wary of drinking the kosher Kool-Aid.
Amy Chua unleashed a firestorm of debate about “wimpy” western child rearing. Is she right?