“Anthony Mohr’s Every Other Weekend is a memoir of life with divorced parents in a place-Beverly Hills-where, believe it or not ( I know!) divorce was uncommon in the ’50s and ’60s. Mohr’s life toggling between two sets of parents-a mom and stepfather of wealth, an actor father on his way ‘down’-is sensitive and astute, and shows how the back-and-forth perspective affected Mohr’s life path. I became a journalist because of my parents’ dramatic and unusual divorced state; Mohr became a judge. The wisdom he uses in judicial decisions is keenly on view in these fascinating and eloquent pages.”