Month: May 2019

The Moshav, Help to Rise Once Again

Living in Israel isn’t always easy. You never know what to expect. And everything feels so close to home, so damn often. And just when you think you’ve cried all of your tears, and felt every emotion there is, another surprise awaits. This past week, a pain went through my system I had not yet […]

Jerusalem Community Theater, Hidden in Plain Sight

Wait, what? There’s community theater in English in Jerusalem? I found myself hanging out just on the very edge of a fascinating and beautiful community. One I didn’t even know existed. How did I find out? Well… I married an actress. But if it weren’t for that, I may have never noticed it was there. […]

Not the Game of Thrones I Remember

Warning: This article is loaded with Game of Thrones spoilers. Beware! I love Game of Thrones. Yeah, I know, it’s me and the rest of the world. But it doesn’t change the fact that I love everything from the intense action to the riveting dialogue to the top notch acting. But Game of Thrones, whereas […]

In a Stranger’s Grave

Last year, Jerusalem’s community theater group Theater and Theology put on a remarkable play. The show tackled the issue of how a religion deals with an ever changing world. Off the Derech Dolorosa was not only a pleasure to watch… I’d definitely give it two thumbs as a fantastic play to propose after. And this […]

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