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Andrea Grinberg


We’ll Never Feel Ready

By On August 16, 2018

No rehearsal, no practice time. But someone, something, is rooting for us.… Read More


Your Wrinkles Are Prettier Than I Am

By On July 24, 2017

Am I the only one that feels this way?… Read More


When I’m 94

By On May 4, 2017

What I need myself to remember about being a new mother.… Read More


Why I Won’t Have Dinner Alone With Your Husband

By On April 3, 2017

To put it bluntly, I flirt.… Read More


Andrea’s Shabbat Hosting Guidelines

By On March 23, 2017

No politics. Pass all the food. And tell us your life story.… Read More


Here, Weakest Means Strongest

By On August 10, 2016

I remember a year ago when you were there for me, holding on in the same way and telling me that I was so beautiful. Now I understand.… Read More


Being Wrong Feels So Darn Good

By On July 20, 2016

My worldview is changing so much that, at this rate, I’m going to be a spectator sports loving fanatic within five years.… Read More


Why I’m Glad I Yelled At My Professor

By On June 8, 2016

I felt something boil up inside me. I simply could not take it anymore. I interrupted him, “Stop telling me what not to do and tell me what TO do!!”… Read More


I’m Dreaming Your Dream

By On May 11, 2016

On Yom Hazikaron/Haatzmaut, despite all odds I am praying for the place that we know can be, the dream that we all have, the reality that seems so far, yet is so… Read More


Why I Refuse To Quit the Cello

By On March 30, 2016

I had slammed a door on the purest part of my soul. And for what? Like a baby crying out for its mother, I had denied its outstretched arms, turned… Read More

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