Archives for October 2014
Chicken, Centerpiece of a Jewish Table
A beautiful roast chicken has been the featured star of Friday night dinners for generations
Everything in Texas's most populous city is big—from its sprawl across the southeast corner of the state to its 50,000-strong Jewish community.
Breasts and Blessings
I just got a call from my health insurance company informing me that it was time for a mammogram. “I really don’t need one,” I
Meet the Emmy Award-winning business journalist and television host and learn about her childhood memories of a year spent in Jerusalem and her general investing advice (for whom…
Moments from a Century
Remembrances from longtime writers and contributors to Hadassah Magazine, including covering the miraculous operations that brought Jews from the Soviet Union and Ethiopia to Israel.
Hadassah Magazine @ 100—The Yesterday in Today
Hadassah Magazine was born into a world at war. The first edition of what was then called the Hadassah Bulletin appeared six weeks after the
Hadassah Magazine @ 100: An Odyssey from WWI to www
For much of 1917, Palestine was in limbo. Ottoman authorities had expelled non-Turkish citizens, including many Jewish residents and most foreign aid workers. Between America’s