Peering into the jar, I can see the little brown heads, eyes, bodies and wings of about 30 dried locusts.
“Way back when I was a normal yeshiva boy playing rabbi, I thought I was right about gay men not really being gay and that they should stop this nonsense and get right with Torah and find a nice Jewish girl. Until one day.”
Sometime in the late 1970s, my father-in-law, who owned a bookstore in Chicago, arranged a book-signing party for the photographer Richard Avedon.
In recent years, Elon Musk has executed a hostile takeover of Twitter, spread conspiracy theories and allied with high-profile conservatives. Is Musk a misguided superhero, or was he secretly a supervillain all along?
Join historian Craig Nelson, author of the new book “V is for Victory: Franklin Roosevelt’s American Revolution and the Triumph of World War II,” for a conversation about how FDR’s leadership transformed the United States and helped defeat the Nazis.
Much like the Mexican town in which it’s located, JC3 is freewheeling, nonconformist and unabashedly unaffiliated.
When the government breaks its bond with the public, everything becomes politicized and even our most sacred narratives can no longer be taken for granted.
In the wake of the killing of the Yaniv brothers and the razing of Huwara, one MK hailed the “pogrom” as a success for Israeli security.