Explore what it means to be Jewish in contemporary America with a collection of columns by Professor Martin S. Jaffee, which first appeared in Seattle's JTNews: The Voice of Jewish Washington.
From his early days as a boy in suburban Long Island, Jaffee's Jewish radar has served him faithfully. He's always been able to spot a fellow Jew from a mile away, and his faith has helped him through many tough times.
It's time to laugh along with the professor as he makes humorous observations and also considers more serious issues such as faith, tradition and family. In this volume you'll read essays about:
● Jewish radar in the post-ethnic Twilight Zone;
● Groucho's paradox;
● Experiments in popular Jewish mythology;
● The hardest Jewish conversation;
● And much more!
Jaffee's column "A View From the U," is a fan favorite for Jews throughout the Pacific Northwest and was recognized in 2007 by the Jewish Press Association of America with the Simon Rockower Award for Excellence in Journalism. Now, everyone can experience his wit and insights in The End of Jewish Radar.