Dec 11/Jan 12
by Wendy Jaffe
I just finished reading Erik Larson’s latest best-seller, "In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, […]
In early 1945 in Hungary, as the Nazis were being routed out of Budapest by the Soviet army, 8-year-old Nicholas Frank came out of the Red Cross shelter where he…
by Lior Haykeen
Kadima Day School students and their families celebrated Sukkot together on Oct. 18 in West […]
by Ayala Or-El
A day in the life of pawnshop owner Yossi Dina looks something like this: A customer strolls in looking for a collar for his beloved dog, who is celebrating his fourth birthday.
A mural of shadowy black silhouettes covers the wall with just one splash of color: a solitary red man. As the jazz-era-style mural stretches along the length of the restaurant…
by Judy Zeidler
While enjoying my favorite foods on a recent trip to Italy, I began to think about Chanukah, even though it was only October.
by Julie Bien
The great gifting season is upon us, so why not treat our loved ones (and ourselves) to something outrageous…
SUNDAY, DECEMBER 4
WALK OF AGES XII
Join or cheer on the annual 5K walk/run, which raises funds that directly benefit residents of the Jewish Home.
How to Jew
When it comes to Chanukah, playing the dreidel game is as ubiquitous as lighting the candles on a chanukiyah and eating latkes (potato pancakes)