When Dan Diamond was 12, his mother gave him a book titled It All Begins With a Date: Jewish Concerns About Intermarriage. At the time, it seemed a bizarre gift for someone so young, but its aim was clear. Mr. Diamond was expected to
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It’s been nearly nine months since “Mikail” and his family moved to Toledo from Syria by way of Jordan. Mikail, a pseudonym for the refugee in his 30s, continues to be haunted by what happened years ago in his hometown of Homs.
DEAR MISS MANNERS: When given devastating news, such as learning that a friend has stage 4 cancer, my first thought is to say, “You will be in my prayers.” But if a friend is not of the same religious beliefs or is an atheist, this is
If you are not eating 3 pounds of peanut butter a year, you are smearing up the statistics. Considering the average jar of the spread is a pound, it’s a safe wager that the product’s most staunch fans far exceed the annual 3-pound mark.
Probably everyone reading this has had a bloody nose at some point in his or her life for a multitude of reasons and likely never gave it a second thought. However, in our pets, a bloody nose is never normal and typically a sign of a more serious
Toledo’s ‘drinking club with a running problem.’
SEATTLE — It’s been 50 years since the Starship Enterprise began its five-year mission to boldly go where no man had gone before, and Seattle’s EMP Museum is marking the anniversary with an exhibition honoring Star Trek and its
Behold America’s dog. The “Yankee Terrier” emerged in World War I propaganda as America’s fighting spirit in furred form — dogged and undaunted by bigger foes. It kept America “Safe under the right protection,