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
My boyfriend’s proper English grandmother was nothing like the fast-walking, loud-talking grandmother I’d grown up with—or was she?
‘Recipes for food she had, but not so much recipes for life. But her cooking. Her cooking was the flawless creation that she wasn’t’
‘The Jewish Daughter Diaries’ paints an often-predictable portrait of Jewish moms. My own family’s history is more complicated.
My husband’s grandmother’s family was decimated by the Nazis. But at 95, she discovered relatives she never knew.
A feverish love of collecting masked a family’s shameful truth: There was no money.
Eight reasons the kids find grandma’s house more fun than our own
The problem with portrayals of grandmothers in Jewish children’s books
Amid instructions on making paper dolls came Grandmother’s plea for my salvation