"What should I make for dinner tonight?" In their gorgeous new cookbook, the Pollan family answers this question (and many more).
JDate's Tamar Caspi has written a book to help single Jews navigate the path to finding "the one."
Claire Kaplan, UVA’s director of sexual and domestic violence services, speaks candidly about sexual assault prevention and the consequences of standing idly by.
Mother-in-law telling you what to do again? Here are tips for overcoming hurdles and creating lasting bonds.
Parents can record their children’s milestones in this journal and celebrate being Jewish.
Pointers to help children stop bullying at summer camp.
How easy it is to forget our grandparents were young once, unique and full of life. For Father’s Day, a granddaughter reconsiders her grandfather’s life.
In this essay, excerpted from the new book, This I Believe on Motherhood, a domestic abuse survivor shares an insight that changes her life and helps her to become a good mom.
Six talented women share one goal: to create hundreds of beautiful weddings.
Writer Bethany Kandel interviewed marital experts and gathered the following tips to help couples build long and successful marriages.
We talk to author Iris Krasnow and others about what it takes to stay together for the long haul and how marriage is revered in Jewish tradition.
The Science of Kissing by biologist and journalist Sheril Kirshenbaum explores one of the most natural yet complicated gestures in human behavior.
Expert advice for the mature dater.
Marriage doesn’t come with a rulebook. But if it did, we’re sure it’d include these tips inspired by Iris Krasnow’s The Secret Lives of Wives.
Matchmaking has been reclaimed as a contemporary calling by a new generation of Jewish women.
Third-generation matchmaker isn’t afraid to give clients brutal wake-up calls.
A change in our romantic luck often comes when we break out of our comfort zones, take stock of ourselves, and try something new.