The Cygnet Theatre will unveil “Parade” March 8. This new musical, by Alfred Uhry, is set in 1913 Atlanta and tells the true story of the trial of Jewish factory superintendent Leo Frank, who was falsely accused of murdering a 13-year-old employee.
When Miracles Seem Natural
The Alef Center celebrates its firm footing in the North County Jewish community with the dedication of its first Torah
Israel Guide Dog Center for the Blind Visits the Desert
Caucusing in Vegas
A Little Glimpse of Heaven
An Insider’s View:
Knesset member Moshe Ya’alon speaks at FIDF gala
For the Sake of Argument
There’s Something About Chabad
Break away from the customary Purim sweets and try some new recipes that offer a nod to the holiday while introducing global cuisine
Middle East expert Jacob Goldberg returns for annual lecture series, and pulls no punches on issues regarding Palestinians, the Arab Spring and a nuclear Iran
Jewish Family Service’s Hand Up Youth Food Pantry brings Purim to those in need, with a little help
At Paper Moment, invitations and paper products are customizable with the help of designer Debora Levy
What to do when your child has the b’nai mitzvah blues
The annual expo of the Bar and Bat Mitzvah Event Services Association draws a large crowd each year, and for good reason
How to Bar or Bat Mitzvah as we know it today came to be
Cygnet Theatre presents the San Diego premiere of “Parade”
Vanuatu Through a Jewish Lens
Part one of three on our exploration of the Vanuatu culture and its ties to Judaism
Jill Borg Spitzer retires after 26 years as CEO of Jewish Family Service
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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