Renowned Russian Museum Features Exhibit On Caucasus Mountain Jews

Renowned Russian Museum Features Exhibit On Caucasus Mountain Jews

Mushvig Mehdiyev, Caspian News, 08/16/2020

The life of Mountain Jews living in different parts of Caucasus, including Azerbaijan, is being showcased at an exhibition by Jewish artist Rámi Méir, that kicked off at the State Museum of the East in Moscow.

Why the Hottest Italian Restaurant in San Francisco Has Jewish Stars on the Menu

Why the Hottest Italian Restaurant in San Francisco Has Jewish Stars on the Menu

Rachel Ringler, The Nosher, 09/16/2019

Celebrating centuries-old dishes from Italy's Jewish ghettos.

They came for the World Cup and stayed for Shabbat

They came for the World Cup and stayed for Shabbat

Dovid Margolin, SunSentinel, 06/28/2018

Soccer fans enjoy a kosher meal at the Chabad Jewish community center in Samara, Russia.

Winter Poems As We Celebrate at Hanukkah

Winter Poems As We Celebrate at Hanukkah

Team Be’chol Lashon, Jewish&, 12/14/2017

Inspired by her multicultural heritage, poet celebrates winter.

A Hanukkah with Mazel

A Hanukkah with Mazel

Joel Edward Stein and Elisa Vavouri, Kar-Ben Publishing, 08/01/2016

Misha, a poor artist, has no one to celebrate Hanukkah with until he discovers a hungry cat in his barn. The lucky little cat, whom Misha names Mazel, inspires Misha to turn each night of Hanukkah into something special. He doesn't have money for Hanukkah candles, but he can use his artistic skills to bring light to his home―as Mazel brings good luck to his life.

Why Russian-American Jews are Ballroom Dance Leaders

Why Russian-American Jews are Ballroom Dance Leaders

Alexandra Starr, NPR, 04/28/2015

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Recalling a Childhood in the Soviet Union, Through a Series of Family Meals

Recalling a Childhood in the Soviet Union, Through a Series of Family Meals

Reggie Nadelson, Tablet Magazine, 09/10/2013

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Remaining Jews in Russia and Ukraine are ‘proud to be Jewish’

Remaining Jews in Russia and Ukraine are 'proud to be Jewish'

Anshel Pfeffer, Haaretz.com, 02/15/2008

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A Russian Rabbi Teaches Jews, First Off, to Be Jews

A Russian Rabbi Teaches Jews, First Off, to Be Jews

Erin E. Arvedlund, The New York Times, 12/18/2004

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