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Not quite back to normal

Not quite back to normal

  Marcia and I only recently began to reengage with ordinary life here in Israel, roughly two years after this country began its experiment with Covid-19, its new and highly-regarded therapies and its legion of mutated cousins, the bugs, you’ll remember, that...

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Something Very Special

Something Very Special

Inna Pletenetska was born in Antratsit, Eastern Ukraine, a coal-mining town located about 100 miles northeast of the currently embattled port city of Mariupol. Since the escalation of Ukraine’s ongoing war with Russia began in March of 2022, Mariupol has slowly...

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Oh, Say Can You See Clearly?

Oh, Say Can You See Clearly?

"Oh, say can you see." Many of us begin to feel a lump forming in our throat at the first musical strains and hearing that phrase. The late Paul Harvey explained our reaction to the National Anthem. He said, "It is our song as an American." As we stand and sing at...

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Next year in Sharm el Sheikh

Next year in Sharm el Sheikh

Tourism along the Sinai Peninsula’s Gulf of Aqaba coastline has staged a post-COVID revival of sorts thanks in large part to hordes of Israeli Jews headed in the (historically) wrong direction. This Passover, for example, roughly 3,500 years after leaving en masse,...

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A Modern Day Ruth

A Modern Day Ruth

Living in Cleveland, Ohio, in an all-Jewish neighborhood, Cynthia Schneider, the wife of Rabbi Kirt Schneider, often felt alienated while growing up. Whenever there was a Jewish holiday, she would stand alone at the bus stop for school. Jewish girls in the...

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