The Happy Yidisher Curmudgeon

A weekly Friday column dedicated to Yiddishkayt. “The Happy Yidisher Curmudgeon” is another persona, one of many that exist in the mind of the writer, a fictional character, an imaginary being  who holds ideas that are as real as you and me, with which the authorial voice might or might not agree, and yet gives food for thought, you soon shall see.

December 29, 2017: Seymour Mayne's Homage to Forgotten Dreams

December 15, 2017: Dreaming of Food

December 8, 2017: Returning Home

December 1, 2017: Being Chosen, Part 2

November 24, 2017: Being Chosen, Part 1

November 17, 2017: Dad, Why Are You Here?

November 10, 2017: My Muslim Lawyer

November 3, 2017: My Father’s Tefillin

October 27, 2017: Always the Question

October 20, 2017: Eat, Survive & Celebrate

October 13, 2017: My Jewish Punim

October 6, 2017: Montreal’s Jewish Public Library

September 29, 2017: Growing Up, Part 2

September 22, 2017: Growing Up, Part 1

September 15, 2017: Living as a Yid

September 8, 2017: Dramatic Utterances

September 1, 2017: To the Shores of Palestine

August 25, 2017: New York’s Ellis Island

August 18, 2017: Halifax’s Pier 21

August 11, 2017: Arriving Early

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