Editor’s Note: The following piece, an initiative of the Jewish News in London and The Jerusalem Post, is being published simultaneously in Jewish media outlets around the world. Two decades […]
I’ve always been a word person. Actually, some of my earliest memories revolve around words. Walking to the library with my family on Shabbat, after synagogue, and reading all afternoon; […]
Got a question? Fill out this form to submit your anonymous question to be answered in a future column. Dear Miriam, Since the news of the attacks and war in […]
Dear Miriam, During Rosh Hashanah, I noticed a few people who were reading books other than the machzor during services. It seemed both like a great idea to have something […]
I am having a number of people over for Rosh Hashanah with a variety of food restrictions, including one person who is allergic to apples and another who is vegan and doesn’t eat honey. How can I still make the meal feel traditional and sweet?
I don’t dislike my friend’s boyfriend, but often I just want to have some one-on-one time with my friend. How do I do this without making it seem like I don’t like my friend’s significant other?
“Golda” – the new film – looks at a pivotal time for both Israel during the Yom Kippur War, and its Prime Minister Golda Meir, with a fierce performance from Helen Mirren.
Three years after COVID started and we started spending a lot time at home, binging television shows is still in full swing – and mental health is prevalent on screen. Therapy and psychological issues play roles in many popular shows streaming now.
Elul is the time for us to do our personal self-evaluation. So how should we prepare ourselves before we stand in front of our Heavenly Father, the King of Kings and justify our existence?
How do I deal with nosy people who ask when I’m having another kid?