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The June opening of “A Philatelic Memorial of the Holocaust” at the American Philatelic Center,   featuring the Holocaust Stamps Project’s 11 million stamps and 18 collages … more
I’ve been a part of the Relay For Life of Greater Attleboro, a team fundraiser for the American Cancer Society, since 2000, its second year. I was a member of a team and the organizing … more
The path to my younger daughter Alana’s college graduation started 21 years ago, when she was adopted in China two days before her first birthday, and ended in an unusual 21-minute ceremony on … more
While at first glance, artificial intelligence, friends and pets don’t appear to have anything in common, these topics form the basis for this month’s missive. Artificial intelligence, … more
The picture that accompanies this column goes to the heart of what Passover means to me as the years fly by: a chance to reconnect with my youth, especially during the two seders. Over the years, … more
I marked the 20th anniversary of my father’s death this month by observing his yahrzeit on the ninth of Adar, and my memories of him remain vivid. Over the years, there have been many times … more
Every time someone’s email or phone gets hacked or a senior citizen falls victim to phishing or another scam, the perpetrators are not only treating their victims with extreme disdain and … more
With another year in the rearview mirror, I thought I’d take an unconventional look at 2022 by writing about five things I want to see much less of in 2023, and five things I’d like to … more
Enough is enough … or is it? Are Americans waking up to the disturbing resurgence of antisemitism to the point where they’ll stand up to those trying to make it open season on … more
Immigration has always been a convenient hot-button issue to rile up voters of all stripes. The subject makes for easy rallying cries and attack ads – often stereotypical and misleading – … more
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