Stories from the October 2013 SDJJ Edition

Take Note

by Natalie Jacobs

October 1-31

THEATRE: A Dreamer and a Schemer

by Pat Launer

“Splitting Adam,” the first play by Salomon Maya, is produced by Teatro Punto y Coma

SENIORS: More Than Just a Place to Work

by Alanna Berman

Staff at Seacrest Village create community through longevity


by Alanna Berman

Bobbi Jacobs, of JFS’s Geriatric Care Management Team, answers questions about senior care

SENIORS: A Little Bit of Learning for Everyone

by Natalie Jacobs

The JCC serves up culture for seniors

Playing with Matches

by Jennifer Garstang

Diving into the “Friend Zone”

Musings From Mama

by Sharon Rosen Leib

The End of the Minivan Era

Living on the Front Page

by Andrea Simantov

Objects of Desire

The Boy from Krakow and the Chocolate Tub

by Natalie Jacobs

Leon Prochnik tells his Holocaust story after a lifetime of silence

A Musical Tribute to Israel

by Alanna Berman

Friends of the IDF’s San Diego Chapter to host concert this month

God Talk

by Rabbi Philip Graubart

Salinger’s Torah

In the Kitchen with Tori Avey

by Tori Avey

Uncle Dov’s Memoir

Theatre: An Arthur Miller Premiere

by Pat Launer

“Broken Glass” at North Coast Repertory Theatre

Seniors: From Big Band to Barney … and Beyond

by Pat Launer

The Ever-Active HAL LINDEN comes to San Diego

Planned Giving: Jewish Giving and the New World Order

by Natalie Jacobs

A new study finds habits are changing amongst Jewish donors

San Diego Jewish Book Fair Schedule

Nov. 2 7:30 p.m. OPENING NIGHT: Alan Dershowitz, Taking the Stand: My Life in the Law   Nov. 3 10 a.m. Cookbook Panel: Paula Shoyer, Holiday Kosher Baker: Traditional and Contemporary Holiday Desserts; Mark Russ Federman, Russ and Daughters: Reflections and Recipes from the House that Herring Built; and Dana Glasser and Andy Marcus, Everyday […]

BOOK FAIR: A Host of Literary Delights

by SDJJ Staff

The San Diego Jewish Book Fair Is Back