Walking into Economy Candy on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, it’s hard to know where to look first. To the foil-clad chocolate rabbits standing sentinel atop sacks of chocolate eggs? The stacks of kosher-for-Passover jelly rings and chocolate pops across the narrow aisle? The facing...
Tzav: Sharing with others
Restarting the U.S.-Israel relationship depends on Palestinians too
Moving and shaking: Combating hate, Friendship Circle and more
LGBT Persian Jews live in changing times
Iranian Americans celebrate Nowruz at California State Assembly
A camp with a big heart
Congress members request funding for U.S.-Israel energy and water development
Skills-focused camp program takes summer to the ‘Max’
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April 12, 2001 | 8:00 pm
Woven into many Jews' seders when they sit down to celebrate Passover this year will be a spate of new traditions.
A Miriam's Cup next to Elijah's represents the role of the prophetess Miriam in the Exodus and highlights women's contributions to Jewish culture. A seemingly...
March 8, 2001 | 7:00 pm
In the face of widespread popular Jewish acceptance of intermarriage and a sense that the Jewish community's leaders have given up any effort to oppose it, a group of 25 Jewish rabbis, intellectuals, lay leaders and communal affairs professionals is galvanizing to fight for change....
December 16, 1999 | 7:00 pmIs the change of the secular calendar from 1999 to 2000 a Jewish issue?
Some insist that the change of the millennium doesn't take place until the calendar rolls over to 2001. But no matter when they think the current era comes to a close, people on both sides of the overall...