Even most Jews are unaware that the key to the observance of Hanukkah isn’t lighting the candles, playing with dreidels (spinning tops), eating latkes (potato pancakes), or giving gifts (in an imitation of Christmas).
Sunday will be the sixth time in the last eight years that I’ve run the marathon in New York as a guide runner for runners with disabilities, always under the auspices of Achilles International.
Students are heading back to school and many are dreading the writing assignments their teachers and professors will be giving them. That’s understandable, because most teachers aren’t preparing their students to succeed in writing in the classroom and on the job.
The orientation for the new people takes place in a lovely corporate-style boardroom with floor-to-ceiling glass windows that give a sweeping view of the harbor.
American history, for all its fits and starts, has been about taking an imperfect system and an imperfect Union and making them better and stronger.
Congratulations! You’re the new CEO of Uber.
Julian Assange told Sean Hannity this week that “a 14-year-old boy” could have hacked John Podesta’s emails.
Debbie Reynolds told me was that the first kiss she had ever received in her life came from Gene Kelly.
This time of year typically leads to epidemics of coughs, colds, flu, and, above all, whining.
I am not a lazy person, but I definitely overrate how much I contribute at home.