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Tehilla Goldberg
Tehilla R. Goldberg

IJN columnist | View from Central Park

    Kiss of life

    1968’s Pulitzer Prize winning photo “Kiss of Life” depicts two electricians, Randall Champion and Jay Thomson, literally hanging from a power pole.

    ‘Troubles in the Square’

    There are so many truly amazing public works of art around the world. Often these works of art add another layer and vibe to a street or a town.

    Headstones of heartache . . . and . . .

    It is almost as if had the one pair of murdered little beautiful brothers from last week’s terror attack, Asher Menachem and Yaakov Israel Paley, lived, they would...

    A dreaded anniversary

    It’s hard to believe it’s already been a year since the war between Russia and Ukraine. It feels like just yesterday when even here in America, where many were...

    Locked away forever

    It felt surreal to have departed from Jerusalem finding out that while I was airborne that peaceful place was experiencing unfathomable tragedy, pain, suffering,...

    Tragedy could help bridge the divide

    The images from Turkey are searing. People searching through the snow in the desperate hopes of finding family members alive.

    Shalom, Satan

    The white pureness of the Jerusalem Sabbath here was punctured by the blood of hate when a terrorist killed seven people outside a synagogue.

    Experiencing a disability

    Yesterday, my smartphone decided to provide me with the experience of what living in an exclusively auditory world feels like.

    The Titanic had a kosher kitchen. Who knew?

    “Titanic, The Exhibition,” is now showing in New York City. It’s been advertised as “a journey through the Titanic’s true story,” further saying, “immerse...

    Buried echoes of the past

    What an absolutely haunting image. Hundreds of sliver pieces,of Judaica, sprawled on a table. Shabbat candle sticks. Chanukah menorahs. Silverware. Bechers (kiddush...