Ari Shavit, author of My Promised Land, will be coming to Mount Zion temple on Sunday, March 9th at 10:00AM. I will be out of town, so I’ll miss out. But you shouldn’t!
People with disabilities have a right to go to their place of worship without having to wait and wonder if they can get there.
Corned beef and cole slaw from Cecil’s. Grilled cheese with tomato soup and 1% milk at Herzl Camp. Pizza and soda at Temple Israel’s Bar Mitzvah training. Oh, how things have changed for me.
Birthright recently changed their eligibility requirements… Three years too late if you ask this bitter 29 year old.
It’s the first installment of our new weekly profile series, “Who the Folk?!” Each week we’ll interview a different member of the TC tribe. First up, the fabulous Zoe Stern!
“Children learn through imitation, and as they grow older, they form habits and opinions by repeating what they see and hear.”
“The more we get together—and appreciate what each Jew brings to the table—the happier we’ll be.”
Summer Birthright registration is open. If you’re lucky enough to be going this summer, read all about Safed before you go. If you’ve already been, learn things you may not have known.
Living in Jerusalem is a deeply spiritual experience. Shabbat in Jerusalem is incomparable. I’ve lived for five months in Tel Aviv, where bars, grocery stores and shops are still open on Shabbat. Shabbat in Jerusalem, on the other hand, looks like an apocalyptic zombie dead zone with less tumbleweeds. Run out of dish soap? Toilet […]
A powerful post by Rabbi Aaron Weininger of Adath about how a simple balloon can change a Jewish person’s life forever.