I belong to a group of former little girls for whom, due to financial constraints or having recently arrived to this country, access to just one Barbie doll was a privilege. I call us the “One Barbie-ers.”
Encourage your teens to get a summer job. Any job. At the very least, they’ll have some great stories to tell as adults.
Eight Smart AI Devices that Promise to Help You Spend More Time at Work and Less Time with Loved Ones
This summer, I am particularly excited to share with readers several new smart devices (some powered by AI) that will make our lives invaluably efficient.
There’s a lot of Jewish wisdom to be found in the tension between compassion for the homeless and public safety for all.
I’ve been living in Los Angeles for over 30 years, and as much as I’m still hooked on this town, sometimes I feel as though I live in a Gotham City of sorts, an out-of-control metropolis where it’s getting harder to feel safe anywhere.
Why Entertainment Journalist Malina Saval Wants to Change the Ways We See Jews on Screen
I belong to the glorious generation that was taught by the legendary Beverly Hills elementary school teacher, Gloria (Zemliak) Boraz.
When I was a pro-Israel student leader on campus, I often found myself face-to-face with anti-Israel peers who were also active in Muslim student groups.
In this edition of my mostly useful advice column, I answer reader questions about those lovable, inimitable men known as fathers.
The topics that are featured in this first-of-its-kind issue reflect the thoughts, dreams and struggles of our greatest Jewish natural resource: our children.