We sent our youngest to sleepaway camp for the first time this year. And by “we” I mean “I,” and that’s because I also sent my husband to sleepaway camp this summer, also for the first time. With dad at camp with him, we assumed the adjustment would be easier.
It’s summertime, and as the Gershwin lyrics tell us, “the livin’ is easy.”
Many of our collective Jewish experiences were gained through the times we spent at summer camp. Indeed, the bug juice, color war, gimp lanyards, swimming, camp fires and so much more are
Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s meeting with European leaders was an opportunity on many levels.
First, the prime minister fearlessly took center stage in nations where Islamic terror and street opinion is outwardly anti-Israel, anti-Semitic and
Parenting is no easy task, and, as we all know, the experience is filled with many ups and downs and highs and lows. Parenting a child with autism and special needs—as my wife and I do—is no different, although I like to argue that the highs and lows can perhaps be a bit more extreme and
The Jewish Link joins the community in mourning the passing of Rabbi Ozer Glickman, z”l, on Monday, March 19.
To sit in one of Rabbi Glickman’s classes was an opportunity that his students cherished. Rabbi
The unity of the American Jewish community and its relationship with Israel was on display Monday evening when Vice President Mike Pence addressed the AIPAC Policy Conference at the Washington Convention Center before 18,000 delegates. This is despite the fact that Pence, and