September 26, 2018

Lifestyle

How do we help a loved one who is engaging in destructive behavior and refusing assistance? The painful truth is that we cannot always...
A little over a month ago, my father, Abraham Haimoff, lost his battle with cancer at the age of 73. My father had a strong love of...
I love the Machane Yehuda Market in Jerusalem, or the Shuk as it is known. The storekeepers are colorful and the crowds a snapshot of the...
Yosef Abramowitz, the larger-than-life CEO of Israel’s Energiya Global, has been called many things: entrepreneur, activist...
This year’s flu season is one of the nastiest ever, and according to the Centers for Disease Control, it’s the worst since the...
Paired-off couples aren’t hard to spot — you see them in airports, restaurants, museums and shops. If you are single and over 50, maybe...
There’s nothing quite like confronting your mortality with some stark truths about aging, and that was Eldercare Consulting Group...
The music blared as friends and family gathered around to welcome my bride and me. As we walked from the yichud room to the social hall...
In December 2017, Portugal was officially recognized as the “World’s Leading Destination” by the World Travel Awards.
For most of us, dental work is not at the top of our wish list. But for patients treated by Dr. Ihab Mansoure through Yad Sarah, a visit...
It’s been nearly four years since Danielle and Shlomo Meyers tied the knot. The couple, who have Down syndrome, met via a matchmaker in 2012.
I subscribe to a meal kit service that, each week, delivers a box of fresh meats and produce to my door. It must be in season, because...
Lysann Bendel was in the middle of her conversion process to Judaism when she caught a glimpse of her grandfather on a TV screen.
Ruth Ziegler, for decades a leading philanthropist supporting Jewish institutions in the United States and Israel, died of...
Rabbi David Grossman, one of the Los Angeles Jewish community’s best-known and longest-serving Torah teachers, was killed in an auto...
Two years ago I was standing in synagogue, saying the Shacharit Amidah, when I saw an old man being wheeled in on the other side of...
Fifteen-year-old Sonja Zyskind, dressed as a boy in pants and a shirt, her braids concealed under a cap, walked with Mrs. Novak...
Before we begin to explore specific ways we can fully welcome people with disabilities into our Jewish communities, let us take a...
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