Books for the High Holidays
Seeking repentance, forgiveness and hope through Jewish tradition, text and liturgy.
High Holiday Recipes From Israeli Bloggers
A number of Israeli women have harnessed the power of social media and other virtual spheres to launch and grow their careers in food.
Jewish Girls Make the Grade
Girls are reaching new levels of academic success, in the process surpassing boys in earning undergraduate and graduate degrees.
Finding Balance in the New Year
Generations of Jewish women who came before us found balance by elevating essential work, demonstrating that anything has the potential to enrich spiritual life.
Losing a Child to Tay-Sachs Tests a Mother’s Faith
In fall 2018, the author gave birth to a beautiful baby girl whom she and her husband named Havi. Fifteen months later, Havi was diagnosed with Tay-Sachs.
Jewish Themes in FX’s Thriller ‘The Patient’
Steve Carell stars as a Jewish therapist mourning the death of his wife, who is kidnapped by a serial killer asking for help curbing his murderous tendencies.
The Rebirth of Philadelphia’s American Jewish History Museum
After filing for bankruptcy in March 2020, the Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History reopened with a new name and clean balance sheet.
Spiritual Prep for the New Year
Leave it to this preeminent rabbi, considered the father of Mussar, to distill the essence of personal enlightenment in just one quote.
The Journey From Loss to Healing
Grief is a universal experience, but grieving is a uniquely personal experience.
A Jewish Boy’s Musical Coming of Age on Netflix
’13: The Musical’ is an engaging family musical that will make you sing, laugh and recall your tween years.