I'm lapping up Girls in their Married Bliss after finding it on the five-shekel rack at my favorite used bookstore.
Which is another way of saying, Why can’t I just stay home and read books? Why must I endlessly search for a husband when I should be lying prone on the snake chair reading? Particularly because I happen to be lousy at the former and so very talented at the later?
If there is a word for falling in love with your therapist, what’s the word for falling for your hair stylist?
Because that was exactly what went down today at a salon stuck smack dab in the middle of a very kitschy, very loud, very Israeli mall in Jerusalem.
And by “loud” I mean it’s the chofesh hagadol, as they say here, which is another way of saying, the kids have been let out of school and if you thought it was loud before, you ain't heard nothing yet.
Hila never thought she would marry a short guy. Sharon never thought he would marry a tall girl. Never say never.
Sharon Daniel loved his medical school studies at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, but he had other interests as well. In the fall of 2008, he enrolled in a pottery class. “For three hours a week, I was in another world,” says Sharon.
Michelle Slonim has been throwing 'Date My Jewish Friends' Parties trying to make love connection. Michelle has been in plays such as Jewtopia and Sex and the Holyland. She has combined her passion for Jewish plays and dating events.
The Date My Jewish Friend parties benefit the upcoming production of her play Michelle Slonim's Date Party scheduled for the spring 2011.The next DMJF party is scheduled for August 17 at Stand Up NY.
We met at a bar in Tel Aviv. I was covering an event for work and he was a volunteer for the organization I was profiling.
According to my version, I was standing on the sidelines, mustering up my courage to approach strangers, when he approached me. Relieved that the “quotes” were coming to me and that I didn’t have to ask for them, I proceeded to pull out my notebook and pepper him with questions. All in the name of work, of course.
In a female-dominated profession, a Queens College grad employs new method of matchmaking. Meet the Date Whisperer.
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In the risky business of coaxing love, the Wingman was flying without a net.
At the sleek Pop Lounge on East 58th Street, Aaron Ellner, aka The Wingman, was hosting one of his singles parties, trying to do his part to address the so-called “shidduch crisis” in the Orthodox community.
Because no one told me, I am telling you: If you are ever invited to an Israeli wedding, don't wear heels!
It's not like I'm a big high heel wearer. In fact, I don't even own that many pairs of shoes and the ones that I do own are all red. But since Israel is the land of casual-wear, when I dusted off some relatively spiffy threads for a work colleague's wedding, I noticed a pair of neglected heels in my closet and thought, Why not?