The down the shore resort mecca is constantly reinventing itself, which means there is always something new to discover. From the preservation of Atlantic City’s vintage attractions to its modern sites, we examine it all in this updated travel feature.
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Atlantic City offers vintage charm and contemporary delights for the Jewish traveler.HadassahHadassah on the Boardwalk
Hadassah celebrated many of its early conventions in seaside Atlantic City, including its 25th anniversary convention in 1937. Enjoy this photo album of “vintage” Hadassah as you scroll down memory lane.
Enjoy this photo album of “vintage” Hadassah in Atlantic City as you scroll down memory lane.Israeli Scene Wider WorldMaking a Difference in Nepal
In Tevel B’Tzedek, Israeli Micha Odenheimer has created a Jewish Peace Corps that brings Jewish aid and ideals to Nepal, one of the world’s most impoverished nations.
Volunteers from Tevel B’Tzedek enhance Nepalis’ skills as farmers, educators and community leaders.FoodEating the World with Andrew Zimmern
The star of Bizarre Foods with Andrew Zimmern has explored gastronomy from Rio to Samoa and Tanzania. But with us, he shared one of his personal—and most familiar—favorites: his Grandmother Henriette’s potted chicken.
Andrew Zimmern, the star of an eponymous show on the Travel Channel, shares a childhood favorite with us: his Grandmother Henriette’s potted chicken.The Jewish TravelerJewish Travels in the Green Mountain State
Think Vermont and images of verdant mountains, covered bridges and outdoor sports most likely come to mind, as does the state’s well-known embrace of progressive politics.
Think Vermont and images of verdant mountains, covered bridges and outdoor sports most likely come to mind.Hadassah’s Early History in Atlantic City—in PhotographsAtlantic City hosted several Hadassah conventions from the 1920s-1950s. This photo album offers a fascinating look back at our earliest Zionist leaders and their vintage fashions.The Woman Who Created a Private World Amid Nazi Horror'Charlotte' is a lyrical, haunting look at a young artist who perished at Auschwitz at the age of 26.Reading Myself in Another: A Look at the Life of a Prestate Tel Aviv JournalistLiving Israel’s challenge connects two writers decades apart.