Our first report from the opening plenary session of AIPAC 2013. Highlights include Obama needing to convince Israel he’s a friend, humanitarian aid going to the Assad regime, advocating for lethal assistance in Syria, and a plug for Israel’s lovely beaches.
Hebrew National answers to a higher authority, but which authority is that? The authority of higher purpose, or the authority of higher margins?
We take an opera about improper conduct in the Catholic Church and tell you how it’s Jewish. Doubt is now playing at the Minnesota Opera.
Vitali’s Bistro, a new kosher vegetarian restaurant and coffee shop opened yesterday in St. Louis Park. Some kinks still need to be smoothed out, but it should be a great option for kosher diners in the Twin Cities.
This month in Jewish the IDF proves it wastes just as much time on Facebook as the rest of us, Israel takes to the gridiron, and chickens remind us of the Holocaust.
Officially, the Twin Cities Cardozo Society Annual Dinner is a way to honor and thank Jewish attorneys, judges and law students for their commitment to strengthening the Twin Cities Jewish Community. Unofficially, it’s a giant schmoozefest.
On September 27, 2012, local Jewish community leader Reuven Rahamim was shot and killed inside his Accent Signage Systems company office. We remember him.
TC Jewfolk sent two of our writers to Nabucco. You know what they say: 2 Jews, 3 opinions… Bradley & Emily dish after a night at the opera.
This month in Jewish Abbas goes Valley Girl, donkeys are on the Internet, and we give some “Ugly” fashion advice.
Joy Veh: Bagels, Lox and Love promises to be an unforgettable evening of matchmaking, merriment and laughter. We interviewed Joy ahead of this weekend’s show.