Recently, my three-year-old began starting every sentence with the qualifier “I feel like”: “I feel like I had a good day at school,” “I feel like we should go to the park now,” “I feel like I want to color.”
It’s the season for journalism awards, and we’re proud to announce that Moment is up for some exciting ones.
Holy or not, Hebrew has always been an evolving language.
It is hard to believe we are about to celebrate our third COVID Passover.
When we launched our column celebrating stories of love, fate and connection, it was obvious what the name would be: Beshert. It was also obvious that the inaugural column should come from Faye Moskowitz.
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Moment’s most recent short fiction story, “Polonaise,” revolves around a young Hungarian emigre and an American pianist who are brought together by the music of Chopin.