Why Do These Things Always Happen to Me?
Chanukah, Oh Chanukah, Must Buy ‘em a Present!
Giving Thanks to Gabby
Famed Christmas elf toy meets its Jewish match
Gratitude and Latkes
Botanica provides transitional employment for people with mental illness in Jerusalem
Teaching children the joy of mitzvot at holiday time
Don’t Shelter Yourself
Federation hopes to bring more Jewish men into the fold with their second free Men’s Event
Alma Hadash Geiger celebrates 25 years as the matriarch for Neirman Preschool
Camp Ramah offers programs for special needs campers with unique opportunities for counselors-in-training
Theatermaker Aimee Greenberg takes a life-changing journey
Donors struggling to defray the rising costs of Jewish camp
What to get this year
Recipes for the big day
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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