Joe

The Full Story On Divorce ... And Shakshuka

 My monthly full-length column is out in this week's paper (and today's Web site). In it, I explore issues that come up in interfaith divorces, even when they are not the media-frenzied ugliness of Chicago's Reyes battle. After this, I promise not to write about divorce or the Reyes duo again for awhile!

A Mountain Of Books

My daughters are hardly book-deprived.
Thanks to two older cousins who supply us with a Strand’s worth of hand-me-downs, countless bookish relatives who keep Amazon.com busy around Chanukah and birthdays, and my husband Joe’s seeming inability to walk out of a Barnes & Noble without purchasing something, our bookshelves runneth over.

Homemade Haggadah

 Monday night we attended a very informal seder in the neighborhood in which most of the families were intermarried and/or the children of intermarriage. I was impressed with the Haggadah, “The 30-Minute Seder,” which cleverly packs in all the key seder components, including the third and fourth cups and opening the door for Elijah, BEFORE the meal.

Short Fridays

Friday, October 24th, 2008 1: Joe The Plumber Almost all references by leftists (and the ADL) to illegal immigrants simply refer to them as immigrants, their illegal status conveniently ignored. To be against illegal immigration is to branded as anti-immigrant, not anti-illegal immigrant.  

Conversionary Tactics

04/21/1997
Special To The Jewish Week
Note: "In The Mix" is a monthly column about intermarriage and the lives of interfaith, or "mixed-marriage," families. This is the first installment.

Speaking Her Language

11/22/2002
Staff Writer
‘Kol hatkhalot kashot,” Carmit Federman says — Hebrew for “All beginnings are difficult.”  
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