Yes, I can (*twitch*) totally handle (*shudder*) a whole week (ack!) of digital detox. I am, in the parlance of the kids these days, an Old. In practical terms, that means I remember a time before the internet, before we all decided that leaving each other indignant Facebook comments or fooling our friends with carefully curated vacation pictures would be our primary mode of communication.
Sometimes it’s the little things that thwart the fitness resolutions we make at the start of a new year. Perhaps all you need to persevere is that last bit of gear — an item or two that keeps you on track, adds new functionality, or simply makes your routine a little more enjoyable.
A holiday with family offers hope to inmates — and reminds them of what’s waiting for them outside. For the first time in three years, 30-year-old Krisse Thompson watches her children unwrap dozens of presents.
We sit down to talk with Joshua Abbey about the Las Vegas Jewish Film Festival on the same morning that President Trump officially recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. This is purely coincidental, but not even slightly beside the point.
In this kind of hyperpartisan environment, it’s not surprising that someone would promote the existence of “alternative facts,” even though that idea is preposterous. We know the Earth is not flat. We know who won the popular vote last year. Those are verifiable facts.