Monthly Archives: February 2014

What I be

I was standing on the street in the on an unseasonably warm, Saturday night. My nerves had taken over and I had a small case of the shakes. Before I had even walked in the door somebody recognized me. “Hey, … Continue reading

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This Winter…Seriously Already

I remember the exact moment my spirit was broken. I’d left my house and turned the corner on Empire boulevard and Albany avenue. Halfway up the first hill which had iced over, I stopped. I couldn’t do it anymore; the … Continue reading

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Lashon Hara Dot Com: The Failure of the Frum News blogosphere

In 1722 the New England Courant, a small Boston-based newspaper printed by James Franklin, received a series of letters to the editor from Silence Dogood, a middle-aged widow who railed against life in the colonies. In reality Dogood was Franklin’s … Continue reading

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