The stories of war. Of the Holocaust. Of trauma and redemption. From the Hmong and Jewish and other communities. You’re invited. February 5th.
Matisyahu shows the world his face and gives us an opportunity to re-claim our identity.
According to the Greater Good Science Center, based at UC Berkeley, “volunteering lights up the same pleasure centers in the brain as food and sex.” So, you interested in donating a few hours?
January 27, the anniversary of the liberation of the Auschwitz concentration camp, has been declared International Holocaust Remembrance Day by the United Nations. The JCRC reflects on its significance.
Bet Shalom’s opposition to laws like the anti-family Minnesota Marriage Amendment, which would constitutionally ban same-sex marriages, is well-grounded within both the Reform Movement, Jewish American popular opinion, and our strong American tradition of the separation of church and state.
Join us as we reconvene and find Sarah in a shtik nachas.
“Comedy in a Minor Key” a dark comedy of wartime manners that is impossible not to enjoy despite the serious subject.
To illuminate lives lived, lives saved, and ultimately, lives lost. It is in this spirit that I went to Poland. A look back at history, and into the uncomfortable depths of the present.
Her jokes are spot on. Her impressions of her mother and “urban” thugs hilarious. Don’t miss Rachel Feinstein at Closing Night of the Mpls Jewish Humor Fest. Plus a special BOGO deal.
There is something else every cantor needs to do, the old blind cantor told us. But I can’t tell you, because you either know it—or you don’t.