Here’s some ideas for gifts that will continue to inspire long after the chanukiah has been put away. Bling that bridges faith and fashion, a DVD from a local yoga instructor and a Western Wall locket from an Agoura Hills jewelry designer are a few ideas from Southern California and...
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"Danny Siegel's Bar and Bat Mitzvah Book: A Practical Guide for Changing the World Through Your Simcha," by Danny Siegel (The Town House Press, $12).
This is a book that we have long needed. I wish that it had been around when my children were becoming bar and bat mitzvah.
April 3, 2003 | 7:00 pm
Passover cooking becomes more fun each year with the publication of glossy new kosher cookbooks brimming with creative suggestions for elegant and enticing Passover dishes.
Whether you are planning your seder menu, looking for a memorable Passover gift, or you just want a break...
November 15, 2001 | 7:00 pm
With more than 100,000 books and scholarly articles over the last 50 years, you might think we know all we need to know about Adolph Hitler. At least, everything relevant.
For instance, if Hitler had been a homosexual -- and many of his associates knew it and remarked about it in...
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