Sure, we’re excited about the deal with Iran. But did it accomplish any of the actual goals? Can anything of value really be accomplished without trust?
What do you get the Jewish baker who has everything? Jenna Mitelman reviews the latest French-inspired Jewish holiday cookbook, “The Holiday Kosher Baker.”
This is the Webber/Rice show that tells the Biblical story of Joseph – in surprising detail – in the form of a musical theater show. Think Les Mis of the Book of Genesis – or Prince of Egypt. Surprisingly, I had never seen Joseph before, and neither had my companion. Nor had either of us ever been to Chanhassen Dinner Theater before. So we were coming at the whole thing completely new.
The democratically elected Islamist president of Egypt has been deposed by the military – and replaced by a respected jurist. Jenna Mitelman asks: Is this right?
Israel goes to the polls! Jenna Mitelman has the breakdown of the full election results, and the opportunities they may present.
What does this war mean for those of us on the outside? Looking in? And worrying?
As Israel readies for all-out war to end the endless barrage of rocket attacks fired on its civilians, what does the rest of the world think of this newest chapter in the violence?
A classic Audrey Hepburn romantic film laced with some of Cole Porter’s greatest songs. If this sounds like a great idea to you – you must see “Roman Holiday”!
This Shabbat has been designated as the “National Day of Unplugging.” And so the question remains: Are you game?
Is a two-state solution between the Israelis and Palestinians still possible? One community member’s perspective. Read on and join the conversation.