Reviews from films at the 21st Annual San Diego Jewish Film Fest
Pomegranates add color and flavor to meals during their brief winter season
2010 marked the centenary of Yiddish poet and novelist Chaim Grade
English tutoring between an American Jew and an Arab Israeli open doors to cross-cultural understanding
Traversing the verbal divide poses unique challenges to English-Speaking adolescents in Israel
The opportunity to perform a mitzvah should encourage one to speak out and take action, while the opportunity to attack others should pass by without a sound being uttered.
Chabad of Scripps Ranch keeps family at the heart of its operation
Summer camp offers kids a place to expand their worlds and their definition of Judaism
Northern Trust Bank knows what really counts
The touring musical theater phenomenon, coming to Escondido, has Jewish roots
San Diego Home Cooking has built a following around its hearty, classic meals and affordability
Jewish films screened at the Palm Springs International Film Festival
Prayer: An Update
My Estate Tax Obsession
Reaching Out Across the Aisle
Driving Down the Chai-way
In its 21st year, the San Diego Jewish Film Fest brings to town the best of contemporary Jewish-themed cinema
Jewish overnight summer camps hits the Holy Land
Charleston, S.C., may be in the South, but its history plays an important role in American Jewry
Ken Druck keeps his daughter’s spirit alive by helping bereaved families and teen girls thrive through the Jenna Druck Center
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.
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