I had the opportunity to cover a story for The Villager, a weekly community paper in New York City about an interfaith music event in the East Village. Perhaps the highlight (sans the multi-faith conga line) was speaking with an Iman who was grateful for the support of this community after the ever-so-lovely Donald Trump made… Continue reading When We All Get Together
I am officially vacationed OUT…which sounds like a “1st world problem” to the nth degree. Since December 22nd I’ve been in California visiting my parents (for the Christmas holiday) and reconnecting with some of my very best friends in Lake Tahoe and Sacramento. It has been a delightfully indulgent experience to say the least but… Continue reading NEW york
Sigh. Students for Justice in Palestine (SJP) crashed a march/rally/protest intended for issues happening at the City University of New York system and used it as a platform to shout a lot of anti-semitic bull sh-t. This took place outside of my beloved Hunter College last week.
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Apparently I am aging at a far rapid pace than I have previously acknowledged.
I recently learned about the “Kosher Switch” aaaaaaaaand…
It is not only important but crucial that we reflect on the ups, downs and all-arounds of our year as Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur approach. So here are the “cliff-notes” version to life in 5775; the year I…
First off…what is the correct spelling of “Rosh Hashanna?” Obviously this is an opportune moment to check-in with the Hebrew spelling (ראש השנה)…but point being is dealing with the 5000 different English equivalents is f-ing annoying
I didn’t realize how much wifi controls my world until it was…gone. Due to some mysterious apartment wiring I’ve been making due the past year with a friend’s connection password and now this option ceases to exist.