Jewish Doctors

Today is National Doctors Day, an observance established in 1933, affirmed by resolution in the House of Representatives in 1958, and established by federal legislation in 1990. The day is observed by mailing greeting cards to doctors and decorating with red carnations the graves of physicians who have died. Jews, who are currently about 2.5 […]

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OpEdge: Making of Our Tables One Table

TRUMP AND THE FEAR OF DIFFERENCE by Marc Jampole   SOMETHING QUITE WONDERFUL happened to my wife and me the other day during our annual public humiliation, which is how we refer to our one trip a year to buy sweet kosher wine — always for our seder. We entered the neighborhood liquor store near Hunter College and sheepishly asked […]

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