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February, 2017

Personal Resolutions for Living

Ask Marnie, Feb. 2017
by Marnie Macauley

Diversions, February

A rundown of the best Israeli television that you can watch from the comfort of your own San Diego homestead
by Lior Zaltzman, JTA

What’s Goin On February

The best in live entertainment around San Diego this month
by Eileen Sondak

Rosa Parks’ Pancakes

In the Kitchen with Tori Avey
by Tori Avey

A Decade of Theatrical Delights

La Jolla Playhouse celebrates Artistic Director Chris Ashley’s years with “Come From Away” concert and gala
by Pat Launer

Helping Alternative Medicine Go Mainstream

Bastyr University California teaches students and patients how to take better control of their own health
by Brie Stimson

Pre-K Class Culminates Tzedaka Project with Trip to Humane Society

Since school began at the end of August, the Hummingbirds have put a penny in a tzedaka box of their choice daily during tefilla
by Soille Hebrew Day

Camp Ramah Begins California Expansion

Conservative camp adds 174 acres to Southern California facilities
by Natalie Jacobs

Camp Gilboa Celebrates Successful Purchase of Camp Site

After five years and lots of community support, a loan for the Big Bear site has been paid in full
by Dalit Shlapobersky of Camp Gilboa

URJ Opens Sci-Tech Camp

Celebrates 18th summer camp, to open in 2018
by Natalie Jacobs

Randall Christopher and the Spy Who Enthralled Him

San Diego illustrator nears completion on animated short about Adolf Eichmann and Zvi Aharoni in Argentina
by Natalie Jacobs

Reading Between Brightly-Colored Lines

“Eva Hesse” is thorough and diligent but it leaves some questions
by Michael Fox

To Be Special, Be Yourself

Israeli actress Dana Ivgy begins San Diego residency, appears twice at Jewish Film Festival
by Natalie Jacobs

Hope is Eternal and Butterflies Continue to Soar

Documentary film extends the reach of the Butterfly Project
by Brie Stimson

Fighting for a Woman’s Place in Shul

“The Women’s Balcony” is a crowd-pleasing fable
by Michael Fox

Should Comedy Draw a Line at the Holocaust?

“The Last Laugh” asks famous Jewish comedians to consider the question
by Michael Fox

A Closer Look at Israel’s Hoop Dreams

“On the Map” is unabashedly optimistic, and there couldn’t be a better time for it than now
by Michael Fox

All Complex. No Compromise.

“The Settlers” traces rocky road to Israel’s present-day dilemma
by Michael Fox

Examining the Jewish San Diego Single this Valentine’s Day

Also known as “Dating in San Diego is impossible!”
by Rabbi Jacob Rupp

Origins and Definitions

Our Emotional Footprint, Feb. 2017
by Saul Levine

Finding Purpose

Older, Better, Wiser, Feb. 2017
by Jon Schwartz

Punditry. Or Not.

Israel columnist won't be sharing political opinions any time soon. Here's why.
by Andrea Simantov

One People with One Heart

One Jewish mother finds comfort in global Jewish connection during family crisis
by Sharon Rosen Leib

Incomptabile Truths

The Starting Line, Feburary 2017
by Natalie Jacobs
 
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