From the influence of Judaism on Bob Dylan’s music, to the mysteries of the Dead Sea Scrolls, there’s something you don’t know about Judaism.
Amazon’s “Future Doctor – Jewish Baby Bib” and “Future Lawyer – Jewish Baby Bib” are gag gifts gone terribly, horribly, offensively wrong. Let Amazon know you think so.
Like Kerouac’s buddies, I too am in search of God. But if you asked me to check off the ways I find God—through observance, writing, holidays, relationships, shul or prayer I couldn’t answer.
Sholom’s 3rd Annual Food For Your Soul brings celebrity guests to intimate dinner parties in the Twin Cities, all to benefit a great organization. Don’t believe us, read one family’s story.
Angelina Jolie’s recent decision to undergo a proactive double mastectomy prompted Julie Burton to write about her own experience with breast cancer.
Eight artists. Eighteen images. Eighteen seconds. So much art in one night, it’ll blow your mind. Don’t miss the 2nd Annual P’Chotchka Rimon Fundraiser.
Applications are now being accepted for Jewish Community Action’s Seeds of Justice Fellowship, connecting youth to grassroots movements and legislative processes that shape their world.
Join us and other New Jews in Town for a late night happy hour! You don’t have to be a new Jew to come.
On the day the Senate passed the marriage equality bill we talked to two rabbis who did not necessarily share in our happiness.
Easy Bean Farm, and farmer Mike Jacobs, are committed to the values of Tikkun Olam, as well as bringing the freshest produce to the Twin Cities.