One night in Moscow, September 12, 1978, Dave Armstrong, who was visiting the Soviet Union with a delegation of U.S. prosecuting attorneys, feigned illness to his hosts after a night at the opera and returned to his hotel. But he … Read More
For two days, Rabbi Avrohom Litvin and his son, Shlomo – their mouths covered with masks and hands draped in gloves – sorted through the storm and human damage inflicted by Hurricane Harvey. They schlepped dry wall and waterlogged possessions … Read More
(Editor’s note: Ruth Greenberg, a professor emeritus at the University of Louisville School of Medicine, a free-lance writer and a grandmother, begins a blog exclusive to Community on the changing face of grandparenting.) For my mother, being a grandmother meant … Read More
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