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Elaine Cohen and Steven P. Cohen celebrated the committment ceremony of their daughter Tamara. Here's how Elaine toasted the couple.
In which the novelist and philosopher reveals who really makes her feel guilty.
Miriam Stone argues that the image is a larger-than-life caricature, casting a shadow over women trying to walk the walk as activists for social change.
Back in Morocco, a first-time visit to the Muslim women's baths delivers Moroccan-born Azagury unexpected sightings of tender friendhsips (and terrors) that cross religious boundaries.
The noted author of Lost in Translation explores the Shoah's legacy in the lives of the second generaiton. She speaks with Carolyn Slutsky on writing about memory and history.
Plenty has changed since the last century; a new study looks at how Jewish Jewish women feel who choose partners who aren't. Plus...Eve Coulson on two books about interfaith marriage.
Letty Cottin Pogrebin on violence in Jewish families
Yes, truly cause for celebration: 20 years of ordination of women as Conservative rabbis by the Jewish Theological Seminary. In fact, following the standing-roomonly screening of a new video “And... Read more »
Asra Nomani, author of Standing Alone in Mecca and former Wall Street Journal reporter, led a mixed-gender prayer [in March] inside a prayer hall at Brandeis University…. Traditionalists say women... Read more »
Mom, would you read this page out loud to me?” I was sitting next to my mother on the couch in the den. The words I had written for her... Read more »