Tehilla Goldberg
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It’s funny how the moment Purim ends, the switch to Pesach is immediate. It’s not too early to start discussing specific components of the seder, such as charoset. Ben and Jerry’s … more
When I saw a photo circulating of a tall building with “window cleaners” in the form of superheroes hanging down, my interest was piqued. The caption described superheroes delivering … 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
Is it just me, or has the use, or rather misuse, of the word “Nazi” and Nazi implications, or tampering in other ways with memory of the Holocaust, gone off the rails? I can’t … more
Sheesh. I just don’t get it. Vice President Mike Pence arrives in Jerusalem, and makes a groundbreaking speech at the Knesset. He acknowledges that the modern state of Israel is on the cusp … more
Our columnist visited the Museum of Jewish Heritage exhibit, “Operation Finale: The Capture and Trial of Adolf Eichmann.” She regrets only making it there on its final day, with three … more
While  many people I know are all too excited to be the proud owners of upgraded technology that boasts the latest and the greatest, I’ve been indifferent. More than indifferent, actually. … more
Brrr … it’s cold out there! We’ve been experiencing a cold snap here. While I am usually pleased with my first floor apartment across from Central Park, used to lying in bed … more
As a gesture of gratitude to Trump being the first American president to acknowledge the reality of Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, Israel Katz, Israel’s minister of transport, announced … more
Last week, a video of IDF soldiers on duty in the Arab village of Nebi Salach went viral. It showed teens repeatedly provoking the soldiers — the soldiers are pushed, slapped, screamed at and … more
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