If you thought it was tough to organize a couple hundred guests at your wedding, imagine if 25,000 well-wishers decided to drop by.
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While some say same-sex marriage flies in the face of tradition, we should ask ourselves what tradition looks like. How selective do we want to be when we refer to "traditional" marriage?
Part of my job as a rabbi is to embrace interfaith couples and help make Judaism a compelling and important part of their lives. That means being their rabbi at the most sacred moment of life.
G-d tells Moses that the Jews have built a golden calf. But Moses waits to see it for himself before he breaks the Tablets. Why? Tune in for a novel explanation.
American Jews simply cannot enjoy the benefits of American pluralism, which we surely do, while pretending we are not living in the most dynamic religious marketplace in the world.
The number one lesson I’ve learned from planning my wedding is: This is not my wedding. Sure, I get to wear the ivory gown and the invitations have ...
I wanted to feel special on my wedding day. I didn't. I wasn't even excited. That was the biggest sign of all that my marriage wouldn't last.
This week, we received wedding photos from a variety of people involved in the nuptials: brides, grooms, members of the bridal party -- even an offici...
There are now rabbis throughout North America who will ensure that every future husband and wife ready to walk down that aisle helps protect themselves and the entire Jewish community by signing a prenuptial agreement.
My big fat Orthodox Sephardi wedding taught me that there are things in Jewish tradition and law about femininity, gender and sexuality that are relevant, resonant and hugely interesting to me.
NEW YORK -- Jessie Engelman and her fiance plan to wed later this year in Jamaica, where they'll sign a ketubah, the traditional Jewish marriage contr...
One of the more difficult tasks for us was finding a rabbi who would perform a Saturday afternoon ceremony for a mixed-faith couple.
I am not a girl who lost sleep fantasizing about her hypothetical wedding. But at five years in, I was positively rash. But I am a sucker for ceremony and thought the planning would be fun.
Getting to the chuppah was not an easy task: Ten years ago, Bryan and I were an interfaith couple looking to plan a wedding that was welcoming to our family and held to our own religious beliefs.
NEW YORK — Her mother is a churchgoing Methodist. Her father is a Southern Baptist. Yet could Chelsea Clinton be planning one of the biggest Jew...
I'd rather be forced to read a dozen New York Times columns by Bill Kristol than go to a wedding alone.
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