“Nuremberg: Its Lesson For Today” opens June 10 at the Ken
Mediator Richard Gordon helps couples dissolve marriages through less costly and less invasive mediation, no courtroom involved
The big news from the Old Globe this summer is its annual Shakespeare Festival, which just settled in for a long summer’s run. Aficionados of alfresco entertainment will want to catch all three shows, running in rotating repertory through Sept. 25.
A study of Ruth and Naomi is inspiring to all but can be especially poignant for women in describing their relationships to one another.
Chabad of Downtown San Diego’s location makes for an unusual and ever-changing congregation
Pacifica Del Mar offers a winning combination of haute cuisine and a location perched on the edge of the Paficic
Phylllis Mintz Eisenberg threw an ice cream social for charity
The “P” Word
Is Dating Only Jews Prejudiced?
Those Things We Do
Tikvat Am Yisrael renovates bomb shelters for Israelis with nowhere to go when the alarm sounds
…one intelligent ‘ohm’ at a time
The Next Big Thing
Papaya is a sweet, healthy, versatile choice for the Shavuot table
Researchers at Israel’s Ben-Gurion University are working with their U.S. counterparts in a joint study to find a cure for diabetes
Chaim Potok’s novel, “My Name is Asher Lev,” takes to the stage at North Coast Repertory Theatre
The 18th annual Lipinsky Family San Diego Jewish Arts Fest weaves life through its many performances
UCSD has been a leader in Parkinson’s research over the years, and Dr. Eliezer Masliah has led the way
JFS’s Supporting Jewish Single Parents program provides a supportive community and myriad forms of assistance to San Diegans raising kids solo
The AJE is packed and ready to move to the Lawrence Family JCC, thanks to JFS
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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