Reinventing the Jewish rite of passage
A Little Slice of Israel in the Heart of Hillcrest
Jacob Goldberg returns to bring San Diegans up to date on the latest happenings in Israel and the Middle East
StandWithUs brings Yossi Vardi to San Diego
Who Listens to Prayers?
You Are What You Read
To avoid tiring quickly of matzo this Passover, try these variations on matzo-based classics
For BESA members, inspiration for b’nai mitzvah party themes comes from all over
The Old Globe presents an exciting new musical
In experiencing real freedom, the importance of boundaries
The Mitzvah Makers, a program of Federation, helps kids plan, develop and successfully complete personalized mitzvah projects from start to finish
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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