Nora Ephron on Nov. 3, 2010. Photo by REUTERS/Lucas Jackson
by Susan Freudenheim, Executive Editor
The much-discussed article in the July/August Atlantic magazine begins with a story that likely will be familiar to any working mother. The author, Anne-Marie Slaughter, is at an evening work event talking to very important, very professional... More.
by Danielle Berrin, Hollywood Jew
Breaking up is hard to do. Just ask Nora Ephron, whose divorce from journalist Carl Bernstein (of Watergate fame) in 1980, apparently scarred her for life. First she poured the emotional energy of her grief into the novel “Heartburn”, an acerbic tale of Bernstein’s affair —while she was pregnant... More.
by Arieh O’Sullivan, The Media Line
Israelis are known for their gregarious behavior and love nothing more than spending time with their group of close friends. It’s a trait that is wreaking havoc among the quickly... More.