Category Archives: My Jewish American Experience

I Have Done A Lot With A Little

And really cool gear, but I really would like to do a lot with a lot. Stay tuned. I do this on Facebook.  I may do it here as well: Shabbat Shalom! Arguing? Fighting? Struggling? If you have a traditional day … Continue reading

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“Taps”, Congregation Cemetery, Western Maryland, November 11, 2012

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Sabbath, July 20, 2012

I don’t now whether to call this evening freedom with plenty or an old bachelor’s solitary confinement, but I know I’m going to rest alone over that question the better part of a day. For causes bad and good, I … Continue reading

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A Thumbs-Up for Englander’s Most Recent Collection of Short Stories

Englander, Nathan.  What We Talk About When We Talk About Anne Frank: Stories.  New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 2012. Following my Bar Mitzvah, I journeyed off forty years in the American Wildness. America affords every man this much: a smorgasbord of employments … Continue reading

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