Randi Kreiss
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Dear John McCain, As Americans celebrate Memorial Day, we remember our debt to you. Many of us know that during the Vietnam War, you served not just with distinction . . . more
Sometimes the traveling shoes pinch. The most unsettling experience in these last two weeks has been . . . more
The young mother bounds from bed before the alarm rings. She nurses the baby, leaves lists for the baby sitter, reviews her notes for a presentation one more time, showers, grabs a coffee and heads for the office. more
As I write this, I am setting sail from Hong Kong, on the South China Sea, north toward the Taiwan Strait, although who can say for sure? more
Somewhere over the rainbow, people are still reading books and writing letters. But as I look into America's crystal ball, I see a post-literate society where the key to success and wealth is mastering . . . emojis. more
If I call my dog an average of five times a day for the next 16 years (that’s about how long my dogs live), then I will use the name 29,200 times. Do I really want to be shouting . . . more
Take the fight to Syria? Who says? The guy who tweets about Chuck Todd’s “sleepy eyes” in the predawn hours? more
In the spirit of Passover, when telling the story of the exodus from Egypt is a sacred duty, I would like to return to a story I have told before and plan to tell again. Perhaps you remember Shoshana Goldberg of Flatbush. more
My third-grade teacher, Mrs. Heller, told me that I needed to grow an “elephant skin.” She advised toughening up if I wanted to survive elementary school trash talk. more
And not a moment too soon. Did you hear it land on our doorsteps? Monday, at 6:29 a.m., spring actually sprang into our lives. No matter the temperature, no matter the down coats in the front closet . . . more
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