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Walking through central London last week, and with a spare half hour on my hands, I decided to pay a quick visit to the National Gallery in Trafalgar Square. Inside, I spent most of my time intently … more
President Trump announced last Friday that he would not certify the Iran nuclear deal. But instead of asking Congress to reimpose sanctions on the rogue nation, he asked Congress to revise … more
European countries are not exactly known for their love of Israel. Yet recent actions taken by the governments of Norway and Belgium suggest that, in at least one important respect, those two nations … more
Contrary to popular myth, there is no better or worse way to lose someone close to you, but there is definitely a worst way to find out about it. It had been a long day, and I was finally taking a … more
The verse in Yeshayahu 54:9 twice contains a curious phrase. “For this is to Me [as] the waters of Noah, as I swore that the waters of Noah shall never again pass over the earth, so have I … more
We encounter the following pasuk toward the end of our parasha, Noach: “These are the generations of Terah, Terah was the father of Abraham, Nahor and Haran” (Bereishit 11:27). If you … more
After catering several events surrounding my daughter’s wedding, from her shower to her rehearsal dinner for 125, I decided I would self-cater parts of any simcha I would be blessed to host. … more
You know the scene from the movie “Back To The Future” where the lady is holding a can with a rattling coin, calling: “Save the clock tower! Save the clock tower!” Well, I … more
During the New York City mayoral election of 1969, the incumbent mayor, John V. Lindsay, found himself in an electoral jam for re-election. Having just lost … more
Thursday, Oct. 12, is a big day. Besides being Shemini Atzeret, multiple sources confirm that President Trump will deliver a speech outlining his policy on Iran. As part of that speech the … more
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