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Online Art Auction and a New Gala on the Block

by Tina B. Eshel

Shop for Fine Art from the comfort of your own computer, for the benefit of Israel

Rolling Out the Welcome Mat

by Tina B. Eshel

Federation changes course, thanks to leadership from board chair Theresa Dupuis

What Does it Mean to be a Liberated Woman?

by Jennifer Garstang

In the dating arena, it’s now perfectly acceptable to ask guys out, and to share the financial burden of dating. When it comes to relationships, our cultural idea of the modern woman has shifted from “homemaker extraordinaire” to “liberated, career-pursuing, super-mom who contributes 50/50 in all aspects of her relationship.”

We’re Going to the UN

by Abdullah H. Erakat/The Media Line

New US Plan Won’t Stop Palestinians Turning to the UN

Chargers Stun Jaguars 33 – 14

by Peter Talhamé

Bortles shows promise, but Rivers playing in championship form

Diversions, September

by Natalie Jacobs

The latest in television, books and movies for the month

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StandWithUs Brings Israeli Soldiers to San Diego

by Natalie Jacobs

Events happening this week

Sixty-Minute Seder

A Quick Passover this year.

Your Yiddish Vocabulary Now

by Natalie Jacobs

From the Cohen Yiddish-English Dictionary

Satire and Pop Culture in Israel

by Natalie Jacobs

Writer Sayed Kashua Coming to UCSD

A Cappella at Ohr Shalom

by Natalie Jacobs

University of Maryland’s Kol Sasson

Yoga at the Ranch

by By Natalie Jacobs

Bridging eastern movement with Jewish wisdom

Personal Letters from a Holocaust Architect

by Natalie Jacobs

A new documentary film “The Decent Ones” explores these artifacts

HAPPY in Israel

Pharrell’s “Happy” with an Israeli twist. Enjoy!

SDJJ Senior Travel Correspondent on KPBS Midday Edition Tomorrow

by Natalie Jacobs

Judith Fein discusses her latest book with Maureen Cavanaugh

Birthright expands eligibility

Federation expands its program

Mobile App Helps Cardiac Patients Manage Risk

Israeli company develops first-of-its-kind gps-based health application

Podcast Test

Just testing this ol podcast

Jewish-American Athletes a Mixed Bag at Sochi

by Natalie Jacobs

A brief recap of four performances at the Winter Olympics

Jews in Sochi

by Cnaan Liphshiz

Chabad helping to expand Jewish presence in the region

SDSU Receives Largest Gift in School’s History

by Natalie Jacobs

Philanthropist Conrad Prebys donates $20 million

Former Soviet Jewish Artists Create Works on the Holocaust

by By Natalie Jacobs

Exhibition in display in Jerusalem

Jewish Superhero

It’s a bird… it’s a plane… it’s Shaloman!

Caffeine and Alcohol May Change DNA

by Natalie Jacobs

A group of researchers at Tel Aviv University’s Department of Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology, led by Professor Martin Kupiec have discovered that coffee and beer both affect the human genome in opposite ways. Working with a kind of yeast that shares genetic similarities with humans, the researchers found that caffeine shortens and alcohol lengthens the […]

Quinoa is Kosher!

by Natalie Jacobs

OU Kosher makes approves the super food

Three cheers for a successful Biennial

by Natalie Jacobs

Union for Reform Judaism’s 72nd Biennial closes with a call for youth engagement

Extension for Philanthropist Award

by natalie jacobs

Helen Diller Foundation will accept applications through mid-Jan.

‘Princess Bride’ stage bound

by natalie jacobs

Fingers crossed that it comes to San Diego.

Simon Cowell Might Soon be MOT

by jta

Is a secret trip to Israel in his future?

Bruce Spingsteen in Focus

by Natalie Jacobs

Photojounalist comes to San Diego with rare images of rock legend