Jessica Lahey, a middle school teacher who also blogs for The New York Times, wanted a rite of passage for her adolescent son to help him mark his transition to adulthood.
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Superstorm Sandy washed away much of the first floor of Sue Nurnberger’s two-story home in Amity Harbor on the South Shore of Suffolk County.
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The Bronx Jews are like Tom and Huckleberry at their own funeral: “dead” and mourned, somewhat raggedy, yet more alive than anyone dreamed.
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