For the perfect traditional treat, enjoy Tishpishti with a cup of mint tea or strong Turkish coffee.
A pre-Yom Kippur conversation with the criminal defense attorney and victims' rights advocate.
Latin America is home to the 3rd largest Jewish community in the world.
Last Rosh Hashanah, I was studying abroad in Spain. Now I'm back at Brandeis and discovering new ways to connect with others.
Co-creator of LUNAR: The Jewish-Asian Film Project on learning how to connect with her Jewish heritage as an adult.
A Rosh Hashanah prayer for the courage to step outside of our comfort zones.
Bay Area chef shares favorite Israeli-Moroccan dishes.
The Jewish population is becoming more and more diverse, with Black and Brown people who are born in the faith or converts becoming more visible.
Rabbi Joseph Berman’s sermon for the Jewish High Holidays, which begin Sunday at sunset, highlights a core ethos of this new synagogue in Northwest Washington — Jews aren’t just white people from Europe.
Join Victoria Washington and Rabbi Ruth Abusch-Magder as they reflect on forgiveness as it relates to race and politics as well our personal lives. Then, use your Shabbat ritual as a moment to reflect on what forgiveness means to you.
Join some of the most influential figures in entertainment, politics, and activism, for a service of learning, community, meaning, music, and can’t miss stories. Benefitting Be'chol Lashon.
This Tunisian fish dish is perfect for Rosh Hashanah, or any dinner party
After 24-plus hours of prayer and contemplation, without food or drink or even a good tooth scrubbing, a meal crafted with a tender stomach and sodium recovery in mind becomes a blessing for all.
Yes, these five families are Jewish, too.
Over the generations, our family tradition had been to go to the beach on the first day of Rosh Hashanah. Now that we live in disparate parts of Los Angeles, have differing synagogue schedules and levels of observance, our extended families (about 40 of us) come from throughout the greater Los Angeles area and meet at Venice Beach on the Sunday morning between Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur, bringing our beach chairs and something to share at our informal brunch that follows.
I am an Internet rabbi. Every night, people from over 20 countries come into my virtual living room to recite the traditional Sephardic selichot, the prayers in preparation for the High Holy Day season, together as a tzibbur, a community.
“Ima, I’m eating breakfast. It tastes like home. I want to live here forever.”