Stories from the June 2010 SDJJ Edition


by Andrea Simantov

Seeing what you want


by Jessica Hanewinckel

Kahal Am Humanistic Jewish Community offers a home to wandering Jews

Hungry for Words

by Karen Pearlman

Richard Lederer, a.k.a. the Verbivore, is living a life full of nachas

Restaurant Review

by Eileen Sondak

Garden Fresh Grill and Smoothie makes Middle Eastern fare as good as it comes

Breaking Stereotypes and Building Bridges

by Tinamarie Bernard

Kibbutz Hannaton and Rabbi Haviva Ner-David are changing the landscape in Israel’s north

Palm Springs

by Pat Launer

Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind Visits the Desert

“Joan Rivers – A Piece of Work”

by Michael Fox

Rivers keeps rolling, with bark and bite intact


by Tinamarie Bernard

Preventative Measures

Seeing Clearly Now

by Alanna Berman

Gordon and Weiss Vision Institute is a pioneer in laser vision correction

The Smile Builder

by Alanna Berman

Periodontist Leonard Koltun keeps mouths healthy from the foundation up

From Their Family to Yours

by Alanna Berman

The Accounting Group keeps families and professionals financially organized

The Gold Standard

by Alanna Berman

Joel Perlin keeps gold investments strong

Musings From Mama

by Sharon Rosen Leib

Saying No

Love, Laughter and the Occasional Knish

by Steve Hofsetter

How to find love online

Living on the Front Page

by Andrea Simantov

Love and Plastic

God Talk

by Rabbi Philip Graubart



by Jessica Hanewinckel

Silent Voices

Get Healthy

by Jessica Hanewinckel

Whether physical, emotional, mental or spiritual, health matters

Cultural Shifting

by Pat Launer

New director Wendy Sabin-Lasker prepares to put her own stamp on the Center for Jewish Culture

Japanese, If You Please

by Lorraine and Phil Shapiro

Traditional Japanese one-pot meals are a fun way to share a meal with family

A Little Art and Soul

by Alanna Berman

The Lipinsky Family San Diego Jewish Arts Festival returns for its 17th year