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 WINTER ISSUE 2003  SUBSCRIBE


Who Says You Can't Eat Cookies for Breakfast
Your mother, that's who. But give her a Baker's Breakfast Cookie and she'll sing a different tune.


Frida Kahlo's Jewish Roots
Frequently shocking, always personal, the paintings of Mexican artist Frida Kahlo play out on canvas her feelings about her tumultuous relationship with husband Diego Rivera, her physical deterioration after a serious bus accident, her sorrow at being unable to bear children.


Tovah Feldshuh
Since originating the title role in Yentl on Broadway in 1975, actress Tovah Feldshuh has compiled a celebrated repertoire.


In the Footsteps of Carrie & Co.
Some make pilgrimages to Cooperstown, some to Lourdes, and some to the shop where Carrie Bradshaw buys her stilettos on HBO's hit series Sex and the City.
Image Credit: © Lara Jo ReganThe Girl in the Mirror

Noted photographer Lauren Greenfield remembers standing as a preteen in front of her closet on Saturdays, paralyzed by having to decide what to wear to Hebrew school.


Vintage Chic from Israel

Michal Negrin spent her childhood on a kibbutz, an environment notorious for its simple, even spartan, way of life. Not the background you'd expect for a woman who has been called the "Queen of the Victorian Lifestyle."


In the Footsteps of Carrie & Co.

Some make pilgrimages to Cooperstown, some to Lourdes, and some to the shop where Carrie Bradshaw buys her stilettos on HBO’s hit series Sex and the City.


Women Worth Spending Time With

Many of us first encountered writer Anita Diamant through The Red Tent, her phenomenally successful 1997 first novel, which reimagines the story of the biblical patriarch Jacob from a woman's vantage point.


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