online dating

Summer Camp, Meet Online Dating

The secret to Jewish continuity might be at hand, new website baits.

10/08/2014
Staff Writer

For Lucy Cohen, now Cohen-Cirlin, marrying Jewish was always a priority. The daughter of a Conservative rabbi and a Jewish educator, marrying out was “not really an option,” she said in a recent phone interview.

Jaclyn and Max Gorney met at Camp Ramah California, during the summer of 1988, married January 2013. Courtesy of Reshet Ramah

Are Jewish Singles Marketing Themselves Too Heavily?

03/25/2014
Contributing Editor

“… fools give you reasons, wise men never try.”

— From Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “South Pacific”

Alison Greenberg, 40, a Manhattan marketer, has been online dating for many years.

Heather Robinson

Boxed In By Online Dating

12/02/2013
Contributing Editor

Editor's Note: This is the first in a series of columns about online dating.

A few years ago, Paige  S., a dancer, moved from the West Coast to New York. A 40-ish divorcee, she was excited about starting over.

Heather Robinson

To Israel With Love

07/23/2013
Contributing editor

Brian Finkel, a 26-year-old management consultant, recalls how it felt to be on New York City’s dating scene knowing he intended to make aliyah while others were generally on a different path.

A good match: Aliyah group, dating service form dating service for singles moving to Israel.

When Your Mother Has More Dates Than You Do

Dating in your 40s versus in your 70s.

Special To The Jewish Week
07/17/2013

Not long ago, on a weekend visit to my hometown, my 71-year-old mother was nowhere to be found. It was 2:30 a.m. The smell of Touch wafted in the air as I stepped around the high heels strewn across the floor of her room, trying to figure out where she could be. Had someone abducted her?

OKCupid? Disability And Online Dating

Like many other people who have an online dating profile, I’ve tended to open the inbox of my OKCupid account with some trepidation when I notice a new message. In the back of my mind, I’m thinking, “It’s only a matter of time…”

Leah Jane Grantham
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