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Beyond the rainbow

Transgender Jews are introducing themselves to the Jewish world

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  • Keeping It Real

    Real Housewives of Atlanta Reunion Recap Part 2

    BY Ilana Angel

    Hopefully they're saving the best for last.

  • Keeping the Faith

    Mayweather vs. Pacquiao – May the PacMan Win

    BY Ilana Angel

    I'm not a boxing fan but super excited about this fight.

  • Jewish Insider

    Daily Kickoff: Rubio’s Poison Pill | Oren as Dep. Foreign Minister? | WH’s new Amb to Israel: Biden

    BY Jewish Insider

    "Rubio's fact sheet amendment only asks Democrats to vote on whether a final Iran deal should meet the conditions as described by the leader of their own party. If Democrats vote that it should, then Obama may be forced to issue a veto over his own fact sheet as he seeks to make a final agreement more palatable to Iran. If the Democrats vote that it shouldn't, then they will appear to be conceding the White House either misled the public or bungled the negotiations earlier this month. An irony here is that Rubio himself has said that the deal outlined in the White House fact sheet was too weak. But bad policy in this case makes for very good politics."

  • The Ticket

    Festival films focus on how Israeli food, sports create cross-cultural bonds

    BY Naomi Pfefferman

    As the Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival rolls out next week, it will include shorts, documentaries and a popular television series filmed in Israel, a nation whose cinematic fare continues to make a splash at festivals and in theaters worldwide.

  • Religious and Reform

    Open Letter to Mayim Bialik

    BY Susan Esther Barnes

    We as a society haven’t educated ourselves enough regarding how to deal with death.

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Cover of May 1-7, 2015 Jewish Journal

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  • Discovery Cube Los Angeles: The Valley’s new science center
    by Cyndi Bemel

    Three-year-old Matthew Hobird loves playing with trash, so he was in luck when he visited Discovery Cube Los Angeles, the area’s newest children’s science center, and found plenty of it.

  • Meir Teper: Plotting an Epic Career
    by Elyse Glickman

    Chef Nobu Matsuhisa may have provided the culinary inspiration — and the name — for the prestigious Nobu restaurants that offer a unique fusion of Japanese and South American dishes. And Robert DeNiro may have brought the star power.

  • Bringing the beach to the workout
    by Leslee Komaiko

    On a recent Friday morning, half a dozen women worked out to a playlist of energetic pop music in a Sherman Oaks gym as their toned, model-pretty instructor shouted words of encouragement. But there was one thing distinctly different about this picture.

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