Passover the lychees.
by Tamar Willis on October 1, 2017October 1, 2017
“The best thing about Bluma was that there was never a lull or an awkward silence–she always had something to say.”
by Tamar Willis on April 30, 2017June 30, 2017
Feels like home, tastes like childhood
by Tamar Willis on April 30, 2017April 29, 2017
“Girls aren’t educated at the same rates as boys? Government is in a constant state of unrest? It’s okay—the affluent white person can help.”
by Tamar Willis on March 5, 2017March 5, 2017
A walk through history in New York’s most famous museum
by Tamar Willis on March 5, 2017March 12, 2017
Social responsibility and conditions of scarcity.
by Tamar Willis on October 9, 2016
A portrait of Tel Aviv in four directions.
by Tamar Willis on October 2, 2016
Gemma Farrell is tall, blonde, and impossibly flexible—even at 52 years old, she can extend her leg at a 90+ degree angle. Her voice is soft and sweet, yet powerful and compelling. When you walk into Gratitude Yoga, her studio … Read More
by Tamar Willis on May 16, 2016August 10, 2016
A secret history of the unknown blond
by Tamar Willis on April 24, 2016April 24, 2016
Why would I want to believe (if I do believe at all) in a God who requires blind faith and has destructive ethics, for whom we must be violent in order to show devotion?
by Tamar Willis on April 22, 2016
The first text I sent you said “love me.” I had met you once, and sent it from your roommate’s phone. You were too cool to play it cool.
by Ben Perelmuter, Charlie Cohen, Tamar Willis, Zach Cohen on April 10, 2016February 22, 2017
Tamar also happens to be a character in the Bible known for being a prostitute — undoubtedly a solid legacy I have inherited.
by Tamar Willis on March 27, 2016
Bot check: What is the name of the farthest residential college from central campus?