Before Shabbat this week, I asked our son Shalom if he turned off his alarm clock so that it wouldn’t go off in the morning. He assured me that he did. Somehow the alarm clock sprang to life anyway and at 6:30 a.m. Shabbat morning our upstairs was filled with the relentless chiming of his alarm
Who Is In The Driver's Seat?
During the summer, in camp I have one of the most coveted toys; a toy which only the heads of camp have access to, i.e. a golf cart. For campers
I read an article recently which supposed that movies have gotten longer in recent years. Twenty years ago, the average running time of the top five
The Candy Man Can
In case you aren’t aware, President Trump was impeached, put on trial, and has since been acquitted of the charges that led to his impeachment.
Be strong, despondent baseball fans! All hope is not lost for the beleaguered 2020 baseball season.
While Major League Baseball is still on hold
One And A Million
Today, we are all familiar with Rav Noach Weinberg and the incredible work he accomplished in initiating and revolutionizing the kiruv movement. But
Once upon a time, when you wanted to go somewhere, you needed to first find out directions from someone who knew the way. You would try to speak with