I don’t believe in synagogues. You heard it right. This is not to denigrate or attack my fellow rabbinical colleagues, but not only do I not believe in synagogue, I believe that G-d Almighty also never intended for such an edifice to have been built. Before I get sacked (like Seahawks QB Russell Wilson’s recent performance) please read on…
The humble postage stamp offers a low-tech yet astonishing window into Israeli culture, history and values.
With 1,000 ways to be Jewish and dozens of options for everyday schooling, what’s so important about a Day School education?
What do you think of when you hear words like: kidnapping, human trafficking and slavery? Weekly torah wisdom from Rabbi David Fredman.
The Great Rabbino is putting out the call for America’s Top Sports Rabbis. Do you know a rabbi who should be nominated?
You do not need to be a baker to make delicious challah. Just give it a shot and have some fun with it! It’s easy enough to run to the store and pick up a perfectly delicious challah, true. But what if it’s Purim? Can you run to the store and pick up a Challatashen?
Who doesn’t love warm, fresh challah? But who has time to make it from scratch? This is your chance to learn how to “cheat” your way through to Friday night goodness!
Set amidst the Nazis rise to power, this stunning, raunchy, and dark musical will leave you gasping for air and wanting more.
It only takes eight courses of food and wine to get this Jew to appreciate Tu B’Shevat.
What do craft beer, the Kotel and baseball have in common? They will all be topics at the “Sampler of Jewish Culture” held at Adath Jeshurun Congregation on Saturday night, January 25.