Posts tagged "yom kippur"

Mirror, Mirror: The Costumes We Wear

Fairest shmairest! Let's get real about beauty and body image. Mirror, Mirror is a column running every other Thursday on The Frisky. It is written by Brooklyn-based columnist, freelance writer, and bagel enthusiast, Kate Fridkis who also writes the blog Eat the Damn Cake. You can follow her on Twitter at…
By: Kate Fridkis / October 18, 2012

What Do You Have To Atone For This Yom Kippur?

Happy Yom Kippur! Today is the Jewish Day of Atonement and while some of us are members of the tribe (Simcha, Kate), others of us are not, but still consider this a great day to reflect on some of the sins we've committed and would like to repent for. We bare our souls (some anonymously)…
By: Amelia McDonell-Parry / September 28, 2009

Where Mean Little Jewish Nice Girls Go On Yom Kippur

"Are you going to go to Rosh Hashanah services?" my sister asked me on the phone last week, and my gut instantly churned. Not because I'm now separated by the Atlantic Ocean from my family on the Jewish New Year, but because: a.) I had forgotten about it and b.) I didn't feel like dealing…
By: Leonora Epstein / September 22, 2009