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In our weekly profile series, Who the Folk?!, we’ll interview a different member of the TC tribe every Monday. This week: Dan Myers!
Ebenezer Scrooge and I have something in common (other than a shared grumpiness many mornings)—we’ve both been visited by three ghosts.
Every Jewish recipe contest needs a judge who’s a Bubbe. So here’s what ours has to say about her food, her favorite restaurant, and her advice for aspiring chefs.
Everyone’s favorite love expert is here on Christmas to share her top 12 tips for surviving Christmas as a Jew.
Part One was about movies. Part Two is about, what else, Chinese food.
Embarking on a Birthright trip? Just want some Hebrew phrases for your toolbelt? Sam Blustin is here to help.
I’m spending the next year-ish going on Jewish friend dates with the unselfish goal of learning more about joining and growing communities and the more selfish one of growing a Jewish community of my very own.
In our weekly profile series, Who the Folk?!, we’ll interview a different member of the TC tribe every Monday. This week: Shana Gee-Cohen!
At the turn of the 20th century, Jews in America actually celebrated Christmas. Rabbi Jill Crimmings brings us up to speed on what’s happened since.