In this video (subscribers can click on the title of this entry to view it), some of the people with whom I shared the best part of my teen years explain what GLYNY was, how we all found each other again, and why we started the alumni group. My friend, Peter, says in the video his body clock felt programmed for him to head for the Center every Saturday at three o’clock for a GLYNY meeting. For those four years, I felt exactly the same way.
I was born a Reform Jewish Chicagoan to Roman Catholic New Yorkers. It took me 40 years to figure that out. First I moved. Then I converted. I started--and paused--rabbinical school in 2013. I have an urban planning degree. Cities, metros, and Disneyland make me smile. May you find something of meaning here.