San Diego holds community events this month for Yom HaShoah and Yom Ha’atzmaut
Why the world should celebrate Israel and what she stands for
Temple Adat Shalom sees itself as a uniting force among its neighbors and the larger Jewish community
National organization Sharsheret unites Jews in the fight against breast cancer
San Diego State University brings Israeli scholars to town in time for Yom Ha’atzmau
Nine Tips for a Stress-Free Date
How to choose when giving tzedakah
Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind brings mezzo-soprano Laurie Rubin to the desert
Notes from Parents’ Weekend
A Feathered Nest
San Diego native Dr. Eric Amster is changing Israel’s environmental health one step at a time
The ‘Q’ Word
Fire up the grill in anticipation of warm days ahead
Coming to terms with an anti-Semitic family history while embracing the Jewish faith
The La Jolla Playhouse hosts the site-specific charmer “Accomplice: San Diego”
San Diego artist gives wings to Holocaust remembrance
A Catholic Hungarian man finds clues to a Jewish heritage
Seasonal recipes make dining in the sukkah a treat
New program aims to make mitzvah a part of every Jewish child’s life
Krav Maga empowers women to defend themselves
So if you need faith to take a leap, what happens if your well’s all dried up?
Just as the leaves begin to change color, (in some places in San Diego) and with life returning to normal after the High Holidays, it’s time to start building the sukkah – and to decorate it.
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