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America is aging. Ten-thousand Baby Boomers turn 65 every day and there are now 75 million people aged 65 and older living active and healthy lives. There are many reasons that we are enjoying … more
This week I continue to focus on the scholarship of Rabbi Baruch Dov Braun of DRS High School of Woodmere, with “A Visit to the Egyptian Zoo,” thematically keyed to the upcoming Pesach … more
The check really is in the mail this time. Presidents Clinton, Bush 43, and even Obama gave lip service to moving the U.S. Embassy in Israel to Jerusalem, becoming the political equivalent of … more
I interviewed Mateusz Morawiecki, the prime minister of Poland, during his September visit to New York. The public-relations maven who arranged the meeting pitched Morawiecki — then … more
Maybe it wasn’t such a big deal after all. Instead of waiting until 2019 or 2020, the U.S. embassy to Israel will move from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem in May. Unlike Trump’s initial … more
Who doesn’t like the smell of freshly made popcorn? Many years ago I remember reading a comic book (I think it was Richie Rich) in which a character was looking to have a popcorn smelling … more
Although our parasha, Ki Tisa, contains numerous themes, it is preeminently associated with the Chet Haegel (the Sin of the Golden Calf). How could our ancestors could have participated in such a … more
I’d rather be writing about the breathtaking Olympics or about baking scrumptious hamantaschan for Purim. Honestly, what can I add to the conversation about the gruesome massacre in Florida? … more
Type 2 diabetes is on the rise. The reasons are numerous; some experts say that high fructose corn syrup is to blame, others that statin drugs have caused a spike, most say that the food choices … more
This week I bring to your attention the scholarship of Rabbi Baruch Dov Braun, a young and very talented rabbi and teacher of Talmud and Tanach at Woodmere’s DRS High School for Boys. Among … more
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