New learning should be the mission for all of us. In that light, join four of the Twin Cities’ newest rabbis for “Four Rabbis Enter an Orchard” on Monday December 3rd at Beth El.
At its most recent fundraiser, Kesher shed light onto the presidential race with a debate over the candidates’ positions on issues of primary importance to the Jewish community.
Barreling down a biblical highway with only two outcomes to be had.
Sebastian Joe’s has a new flavor, When Pigs Fly, that includes chunks of bacon. How will this affect their kosher flavors?
This month in Jewish the IDF proves it wastes just as much time on Facebook as the rest of us, Israel takes to the gridiron, and chickens remind us of the Holocaust.
International woman of love, Joy Veh, shares her eight favorite tips to a successful Hanukkah. Catch her show, Joy Veh: All I Want For Christmas Is Jew, at the Bryant Lake Bowl Nov 29, 30, and Dec 13!
Like the book asks, I was ready to “surrender to the kitsch,” and there were some good parts, but even after reading it, I still have no real idea what the book is supposed to be about.
Nearly incoherent ramblings of a father who is seven days away from Bat Mitzvah weekend(and possibly nine days away from a visit to Bedlam Insane Asylum).
Calendar events dictate what we eat on certain days, how we play or what sports, or when we make a habit to gather as one to give thanks.
The nature of human beings is to find a safe place, a place we call home. Right now my feelings are contrary to human nature. The only place I want to go is where it isn’t safe, to my home, to Israel.