From an 18-year-old actor to a retiring college professor, P’Chotchka offers a fast-paced look into local Jewish artists and their inspirations.
Donnie and Marie sang the song “A Little Bit Country, A Little Big Rock ‘n Roll,” and while that doesn’t exactly describe TC Jewfolk’s summer interns, it comes close in a way. Ivy Kaplan is born and raised in St. Louis Park, active in USY and at Temple Israel. She just finished her freshman year […]
Most Israelis I met were vibrant, full of life, and focused on the matters of every day living. It is these relationships that stir my heart.
How a penny-poker game in Omaha once led to the arrest of 40 Jewish women in Omaha.
Trying to decide whether to consider Lag BaOmer is important means learning about it all over again.
How an 11-year-old pair of sunglasses makes for a daily reminder of a daughter’s love for her father.
What should you look for when picking wine? Find that out and more with Michael Kuperman in Who The Folk?!
After a major health scare, glass artist Shoshana Englard is back at Art-A-Whirl, where she is one of many Jewish artists on display.
Two of the rising stars of the beverage world will be featured guests at this year’s Food For Your Soul, Sholom’s annual fundraiser to benefit the senior living facilities in St. Louis Park and St. Paul.
That menorah you bought at Target may look nice, but it could pose a fire risk.