Yiddish may be one of the world’s more obscure language, but it has given us words which are no less than perfect. Someone may have “nerve,” but chutzpah reflects a shameless audacity that says it better. Being a “good person” is nice, but being a mensch brings that individual to a high level of honor, […]
Unlike many Jews, Hilda Kiman Gallant’s story starts not on Hester Street but in Havana, Cuba.
I have come a long way from Friday fish sticks in front of Annette Funicello and the Flintstones
brain is a virtual 20 volume set of World Book Encyclopedia of both useful and not-so useful information. Unfortunately, as a result, my ability to quickly retrieve a necessary fact sometimes fails.