Growing up, my family did not pay much attention to Purim. While my brothers and I were in Hebrew school, we listened to the reading of the Megillah, booed at the name of Haman, and attended the Purim Carnival each year. Following my Bat Mitzvah, Purim receded to the back of my memory, regarded as […]
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The Jewish Daughter Diaries features hilarious and heart-warming stories from well-known female voices about their relationships with their Jewish, and at times eccentric, mothers.
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Conversion Rate: A Monthly Column from a DC Young Professional on the Israeli Economy (and other Misc thoughts…).
As the United States continues to serve as a global power, Washington D.C. has grown from a sleepy town to a bustling global city at the crossroads of diplomacy, policy, culture, and commerce. This reality, fused with technologies and media on a global scale that keep us connected in real time and at all times, […]
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