Yitro’s contribution was more substantial than simply a modern judicial system. By creating order out of chaos, Yitro enabled the people to choose and to understand that choices have consequences.
Successful in its older adult outreach for many years, Beth Jacob is now experiencing rapidly increasing involvement of a younger demographic
Oy Vey! It’s Valentine’s Day!
Jewish-interest films capture audience loyalty at Palm Springs International Film Festival
A Kosher Café Serves Tasty Food and Lots of Smiles
What Little I Know About Guns
There is a Season
Snagging Bargains for Shalach Manot
Development begins this month on Israel’s first urban wildlife nature reserve, a 64-acre plot in the heart of Jerusalem where wild gazelles still roam
Purimis made sweeter with some new variations on the traditional hamantaschen
San Diego native David Gilboa helms a glasses company with a cause
A mom’s-eye view for picking the right camp for you child
High quality care and a welcoming community help residents of The Remington Club enjoy retirement on their terms
Friendship or Death
Beit Hatfutsot: The Museum of the Jewish People tells the full story of all Jews
The 23rd annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival: A complete schedule
All you need is film
Barry Edelstein arrives in San Diego as the theater’s new artistic director
Camp Jaycee sees alumni returning years after they aged out of camp, first as counselors, then as involved parents of their own little Camp Jaycee campers
The 23rd annual San Diego Jewish Film Festival celebrates the arts through film
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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