My Grandmother and Goering <br> Parshat Metzora 5779

My grandmother was one of the most fascinating people I ever met. Me’me, as we called her, fought in the French resistance, ran a DP camp in post-war Europe, was a professor in Columbia University and traveled the world extensively. Me’me had been an emerging actress in pre-war Paris, and came from a family of […]

Toto, We’re Not in Kansas <br> Parshat Tazria 5779

Sutton’s Law, a rule taught in medical schools around the country, is named after Willie Sutton, one of the most famous bank robbers in US history. Willie stole over two million dollars from banks over the course of a forty-year crime spree which included three prison breakouts. His most famous line, which he later denied […]