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  • A year of learning Torah through food

    by Sarah Newman

    54 minutes ago

    It’s the end of summer 2014. Rosh Hashanah is approaching, and with it the finale of the seven-year shmita cycle, a time when agricultural land lies...

  • Fresh takes on classic entrees and dessert for the High Holy Days

    by Judy Zeidler

    1 day ago

    Celebrated close together, Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur are known as the High Holy Days, but each offers its own special food customs.   

    Rosh...

  • Honey isn’t vegan: Cruelty-free Rosh Hashanah

    by Naomi Pfefferman

    1 day ago

    When Madeline Karpel was growing up in Westwood in the 1950s, her Russian immigrant grandmother spent days preparing the family’s erev Rosh Hashanah...

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  • High Holy Days: Dreams as sweet as honey

    by Maggie Milstein

    1 day ago

    With nothing but shrubbery and fractures of light, the fierce Mojave Desert may seem to lack the abundance needed to sustain a hive of bees, yet it...

  • Pomegranates: Deep-seeded connections

    by Edmon J. Rodman

    1 day ago

    When we think about special foods to celebrate Rosh Hashanah, apples and honey always seem to top the menu. But where among the new year’s daily...

  • Torah portion: The secret to happiness

    by Rabbi Eliyahu Fink

    1 day ago

    We all want to be happy. Yet, happiness is elusive, and even defining happiness is a challenge. 

    Throughout our history, we have turned to the Torah...

  • Religion rarely part of ICU conversation

    by Kathryn Doyle, Reuters

    3 days ago

    In less than 20 percent of family meetings in the intensive care unit do doctors and other health care providers discuss religion or spirituality a new...

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