Being Jewish during the Yuletide is like watching one of those fake, recorded fireplaces on your television. You can see the crackling flames and hear the pops of the fire, but it still remains a 4K Ultra-HD version of high-def holiday warmth. For most of my life, I have been an anthropologist of Christmas. That […]

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The Bible dates back to about 1400 B.C., and its stories have not changed much since then. One of the stories tells the tale of Judas, one of Jesus’s 12 disciples. In short, Judas betrayed Jesus by kissing him in order to to identify him to soldiers, which led to Jesus’s arrest and crucifixion. Feeling […]

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I like options. I like to know I can binge-watch “Gilmore Girls” if I want to, I can sleep in if I want to and I can eat whatever I want to. I like my options, and I like them no matter which part of the world I live in. But, unfortunately, I will not […]

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