Unless you know where to look, the World Wide Web can sometimes feel more like a black hole than cyberspace. The following are some of the best websites Jewish L.A. has to offer. This is a highly subjective decision,...
Part of White House evacuated; Obama not present, witnesses say
Cartoon: Everything in moderation
Bennett and Weston: The politics of scapegoating
This lightweight is heavily into Sumo
Charles Bronfman: The most wonderful gift I’ve ever received
To be read at the NYC Rally protesting “The Death of Klinghoffer”
Our Jewish obligation to make an impact on climate change
The new year brings viewers new T.V. shows
Sara Eve Roseman
Unless you know where to look, the World Wide Web can sometimesfeel more like a black hole than cyberspace. The following are someof the best websites Jewish L.A. has to offer. This is a highlysubjective decision, but I've used a few criteria, namely, how doesthe page look, is it...
December 11, 1997 | 7:00 pm
Tired of spinning the same old dreidels, eatingthe same old latkes, singing the same old tired songs year after yearon Chanukah? Well, the personal computer and the World Wide Webprovide a fresh approach to the holiday, combining ancient traditionswith new technologies. In effect,...