Judith Geller: It would have to be homemade pure coconut inside, dipped in rich dark chocolate and organic. Levent Deparis: I’ve never had them before. Zev Steen: Mint chocolate chip. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.
While visiting Israel in March to speak at Hebrew University’s conference marking 50 years of German-Israeli diplomatic relations, Tuvia Tenenbom stayed clear of Ramallah. But Jibril Rajoub, the former head of the Palestinian Authority’s Preventative Security Force, had welcomed him as a VIP when Tenenbom arrived as “Tobi the German journalist.” Tuvia is now a… Read More
An archaeological dig in northern Israel has unearthed a large bronze mask of the god Pan. The mask was found outside the limits of the ancient city of Hippos, according to a press release issued by the University of Haifa archaeological team that made the discovery. According to Michael Eisenberg, the team’s director, the mask,… Read More
Wolf family members and/or friends, circa 1920. Can you identify anyone in this photo? Contact Joanna Church, 410-732-6400, ext. 226 or firstname.lastname@example.org. To see more of the Jewish Museum’s extensive collection and find out who has been identified in past photos, visit jewishmuseummd.org/tag/once-upon-a-time-2/
Fran Federman: Because we don’t have a place [in York, Pa.] to get man-made, we have to get machine-made. Gail Butler: My husband prefers machine-made. Carol Brenner: Machine-made. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.
When it comes to human behavior, does free will hold sway, or are we all doomed to act in ways beyond our control? “Prayers for the Living” seems to be telling us that we are prisoners of our past, playthings of an unfeeling fate. The book was written by Alan Cheuse, a longtime book reviewer… Read More
Itís no secret that business moguls such as Warren Buffett and Bill Gates are heavily invested in Israel. Technology leaders such as Intel, Microsoft and Apple selected the Jewish state — the so-called “startup nation” — for their first research facilities outside the United States. As such, Israel has become a fertile training ground for… Read More
An unidentified couple pose for this 1925 postcard. Can you identify anyone in this photo? Contact Joanna Church, 410-732-6400, ext. 226 or email@example.com. To see more of the Jewish Museum’s extensive collection and find out who has been identified in past photos, visit jewishmuseummd.org/tag/once-upon-a-time-2/
Sheila Cohen: Our family is getting ready for a special Shabbat, and we’re looking forward to Passover Seders. Neil Levy: Riding my motorcycle. Barbara and Arnold Cohen: We have the wedding of our granddaughter in May. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.
Two tragedies ruined the life of Göran Rosenberg’s father, once a third-year student in a Polish textile college. The first was the Shoah, which ripped him from his world, then destroyed it. The second took longer, starting at age 24, when he and 30,000 other survivors were brought to Sweden for rehabilitation. Posthumously addressing his… Read More