by Wendy Jaffe
My house is quiet. Quiet and clean. My daughter just left (again) for college, and my son left for a three-night retreat with his high school class.
Emma Collosi, right, a student at California State University, Northridge (CSUN), and an intern at Hillel 818 — serving CSUN, Pierce College and Los Angeles Valley College
The famed playwright and screenwriter, Pulitzer Prize winner (“Angels in America”) and National Medal of Arts recipient, Kushner is recognized for being an outspoken critic of social injustice
Turn off your phone. Power down your laptop. Put your foot on the gas and head north. It’s time to get away from it all. Really get away.
by Judy Zeidler
Moshe Safdie, famed designer of L.A.’s Skirball Cultural Center, displays his creativity in the kitchen, too
The black-and-white cookie is unique because it comes with a question: Do you start by eating the vanilla or the chocolate side?
by Julie Bien
With the chilly nights of autumn, there is nothing more comforting than sumptuous sweaters, snug hats and kitten-soft gloves.
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When Hannah Elzer was planning her bat mitzvah at the Reform Temple Beth Ami in Santa Clarita, there was no question that her theme would involve animals.