Rabbi Locketz has been a camper, counselor, song leader, assistant director, and will be returning this coming summer for his ninth year as a member of the faculty. There’s no doubt about it; OSRUI is in his blood.
We take an opera about improper conduct in the Catholic Church and tell you how it’s Jewish. Doubt is now playing at the Minnesota Opera.
It all started with a young woman, in the summer of 2011, who created a great fuss. Cut to the winter of 2013 and the elections brought a whole new reality to Israeli politics.
I’ve learned a lot since moving to Minneapolis — about cold weather, the midwest, and being Jewish.
Israel goes to the polls! Jenna Mitelman has the breakdown of the full election results, and the opportunities they may present.
Andrew Zimmern’s Field Guide To Exceptionally Weird, Wild & Wonderful foods is a joy to read. It’s not for picky eaters, but for those interested in bat meat and brains, this is the book for you.
With today being Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, here are ten random facts about the history of relations between Jews and blacks.
How do you create a wedding ceremony without a rabbi that honors your heritage when you’re not getting married to a Jew?
The State of Israel was founded by refugees. Activists for Right Now: Advocates for African Asylum Seekers in Israel are trying to help today’s refugees. Learn more at Adath, 5:30 PM, January 19.
Don’t be evil.