“Summer festivals in NYC range from a dragon boat race to an Italian feast”, NY Daily News, June 2 2018







“Whatever floats your boat — including actual boats — you’ll find it at a festival somewhere in the boroughs this summer. That includes ‘math mimes’ in Manhattan, board games in Brooklyn and pow-wows in Queens.”  More


June 2, 2018 at 11:24 am Leave a comment

“The Over-The-Top Cauliflower Dish That Was Made For Instagram”, Forward.com, May 30 2018








“Not that they cared, but fans of the most insane, over-the-top Jewish vegetable dish in the galaxy can breathe easy:  The whole roast cauliflower at Toronto’s Fat Pasha, embellished with tahini, skhug, pine nuts, pomegranate and halloumi, got a passing grade today from the Toronto Star.”  More

May 31, 2018 at 4:26 am Leave a comment

“Meghan’s Jewish best friend goes global”, (UK) Jewish Chronicle, May 25 2018






“Three children in the Royal wedding party belonged to Jessica Mulroney — nee Brownstein — scion of the Quebec Jewish family behind Browns, one of Canada’s largest footwear chains.”  More

May 25, 2018 at 12:45 pm Leave a comment

“This Bagel Shop Is So Hot You Can Only Buy 3 At A Time”, Forward.com, May 24 2018







“At one of the country’s hottest new bagel shops, the big influence isn’t Montreal or New York. It’s Pizza Hut.”  More

May 25, 2018 at 12:43 pm Leave a comment

“How to Sleep on an Airplane (Even in the Middle Seat)”, Saatva’s Sleep Stories, May 24 2018






“Have a couple of drinks. Wait—on second thought, avoid alcohol. Eat until you’re full. No, fast a few hours. Pop a pill. Scratch that, no pharmaceuticals!
Does anyone really know the best way to sleep on a plane?”  More

May 25, 2018 at 9:55 am Leave a comment

“Molly Yeh Scores New Food Network Show”, Forward.com, May 24 2018







“‘Girl Meets Farm’, a Food Network series, shares Yeh’s infectious love of food as it reflects on her unlikely journey from Jewish-Chinese percussionist food blogger to Minnesota farm-dweller and kitchen powerhouse.”  More

May 24, 2018 at 12:37 pm Leave a comment

“How to Keep the ‘First-Night Effect’ from Ruining Your Sleep”, Saatva’s Sleep Stories, May 22 2018






“As anyone who’s spent a night in a hotel can attest, unfamiliar surroundings can make it tough to slumber. Scientists call it the first-night effect. In a nutshell, part of your brain is sleeping with one eye open because of ‘deviant external stimuli’ —i.e., stuff you’re not used to seeing.”  More

May 22, 2018 at 5:36 pm Leave a comment

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