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I updated this piece, originally published in the New York Times in 2015 It is Memorial Day weekend, and I’m feeling hopeful. On my run this morning I could smell the spring bloom mixed with May showers. I’m grateful that we no longer need to wear a mask outdoors. Cautiously, we are emerging from the isolation and pain of the last year, still unable to fathom the deaths of over 50,000 people in our own city.  The pandemic forced us to work from home and communicate digitally. With technology, flexibility, and patience our team was able to start the renovations of two synagogues, oversee the […] Read More

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Esther Sperber was a guest speaker on Archinect’s podcast, Archinect Sessions, where she spoke about mental health in architecture. This discussion looks at the prevalence of mental health issues in creative industries and provides advice on learning how to empathize, managing stress, and seeking professional treatment. The full episode is also on other streaming platforms through Archinect. Read More