When I moved (back) to New York last winter, my parents immediately subscribed me to The Jewish Week (thanks, Mom and Dad!). And I have to admit that as each week nears its end, I really appreciate its arrival in my mailbox. Among the items that particularly caught my attention this week:
--Rabbi David Goldstrom's description of Chanukah in Baghdad;
--Rabbi David Wolpe's explanation of why we place pebbles on graves; and
--A story I've followed elsewhere in the New York press, about an anti-Semitic attack on the subway (and the Muslim passenger who interceded on the victims' behalf).