Eli Schwebel, a musician who has made a huge mark on the orthodox Jewish world, joins us this …
Here is the shape of my heart.
"It’s for the children," they remind themselves piously. But the children, the children are out on the street.
There are so many things I want to remember about my grandmom.
A woman of faith reflects on all the times in life that she's chosen silence.
In Hevria's latest podcast episode, Eli Schwebel and Elad discuss the difference between creativity and expression, how Jewish identity fits into creativity, and whether everyone can actually be creative or not.… Read More
An essay about writing turns into a mad conversation between the writer and his fears.… Read More
There’s nothing romantic about the rain. Throw out the songs and the movie scenes, the poems and the cliché metaphors; Every poets back-pocket go-to.
I hate the rain. I hate the clouds and… Read More
Here is the shape of my heart.… Read More
"It’s for the children," they remind themselves piously. But the children, the children are out on the street.… Read More
There are so many things I want to remember about my grandmom. … Read More
A woman of faith reflects on all the times in life that she's chosen silence.… Read More
Today is Holocaust Remembrance Day. But I do not just want to sit here and Remember. … Read More
Apologies if it's offensive...… Read More
A review of the Ross Collection of Photos of the Lodz Ghetto at the Museum of Fine Arts Boston, as well as a poem inspired by the exhibit.… Read More
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