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Overcoming Our Personal Egypt(s) on Passover

Passover pesach

Even here in the 21st Century, we all have our own Egypts--our own "narrows" from which to be redeemed, just as the Israelites were millennia ago. Read More »

My Family’s Tradition of Storytelling, Revisited

Per the familial custom, no one lies; nor does anyone allow the truth to get in the way of a good story. Read More »

Our Tribal Hearts: The Circumcision Tradition

Culture and tradition can trump science. Read More »

Writers: Baltimore Sun‘s John McIntyre Says No Holiday Clichés, Please

Is his advice all that and a plate of sugar cookies? Read More »

Donek’s Babka

A babka is a popular Eastern European cake, and Donek's Babka is a recipe for it with a special history. Read More »

The Friday Morning Listen: Vince Guaraldi Trio – A Charlie Brown Christmas

Merry Christmas everybody! Read More »

Where Is My Christmas?

My one holiday indulgence is a cup of hot chocolate and a pity party with a little girl who simply won’t have it. Read More »

Thanksgiving Pains

The problem with sharing a birthday with America. Read More »

Blu-ray Review: Trick ‘r Treat

What a fantastic film. Ideal for Halloween parties, or any time! Read More »

Book Review: No Experience Required by Caleb Pirtle III

"In space, no one can hear you scream" — Alien trailer. Read More »