Deborah Grayson-Riegel

The Surprising Time Waster In Your Day ...

… and what to do about it.

01/30/2014
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Last week, I was working out at Long Island’s “CrossFit, The Rock” and trying hard not to be noticed. Compared to much of their clientele (firefighters, football pros, mixed marshal artists), I am far from impressive. So I like to hang out in the back corner of the “box” (CrossFit-speak for “gym”), plowing through my workout, trying not to cry or die.

Deborah Grayson-Riegel

Chinese-Jewish Relations: The Mitzvah of Saving Face

07/03/2012
Jewish Week Online Columnist

I am writing this at 5 a.m. from my hotel room in the Haidian District of Beijing, steps from the West Gate of China’s most famed institution of higher learning, Peking University (“The Harvard of China”) —and I am completely exhausted. It’s not from jet lag — as this is my fourth trip in as many years, I’ve figured out how to adapt to the new a new schedule quickly.

Deborah Grayson Riegel
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