Naomi Eisenberger and the Good People Fund give money, time and mentorship to small non-profits of good people doing good deeds
Haifa, Israel, is home to the headquarters of the Baha’i faith
When Eva Grayzel was diagnosed with stage-4 oral cancer, she turned to medicine — and her rabbi — for a cure
A pre-revolutionary trip — and its aftermath
Different types of bitter herbs spice up fish dishes at the Seder table
Chabad of Poway celebrates 25 years of service to kids, congregants and the community
Americana Restaurant offers a mix of classic American and international dishes
The Seder Tightrope
Relearning and Rethinking the Passover Saga
Rescuing the Evidence
Reflections by alumni of Taglit-Birthright Israel trips
Alan Breus estimates the value of everything from prized family heirlooms to life insurance policies to be donated to charity
Junior Year: Testing, Testing
: How to Write the Perfect Profile
Love in Raindrops
The 60th year of Yom HaShoah commemoration commences at the Lawrence Family JCC
As “Faust” returns to the San Diego Opera this month, we examine evil from a Jewish perspective
Donor advised funds are a simple, effective way to organize planned charitable giving
An African American Passover links the Jews’ exodus from Egypt to their own people’s freedom from the bondage of U.S. slavery
The Starting Line, Sept.
What’s Goin On, Sept.
Guest Column, Sept.
By Rabbi Scott Meltzer
Musings from Mama, Sept.
Playing with Matches, Sept.
The Artist’s Torah, Sept.
Home | Subscribe | Calendar | Resources | Archive | Advertise SDJJ | Advertise 411 | About us | Contact Us
San Diego Jewish Journal © 2011. No portion of this website may be reproduced without written approval from San Diego Jewish Journal. All Rights Reserved.