A young Israeli and his safta trek across Asia
At home and at work, baby-boomer Jewish women are redefining what it means to be a grandmother
Growing up in a community of Holocaust survivors and their children in Melbourne, Australia, I didn’t know many grandparents. So now that I’ve got grandchildren of my own, I’ve had to figure out for myself exactly what being a grandmother means.
The 19-year-old Israeli designer behind the Marei 1998 label is proud to get many of her sartorial cues from her grandmother
‘The Jewish Daughter Diaries’ paints an often-predictable portrait of Jewish moms. My own family’s history is more complicated.
The problem with portrayals of grandmothers in Jewish children’s books