Who The Folk?! Rabbi Aaron Weininger


When it was announced more than two years ago that Rabbi Aaron Weininger would become Adath Jeshurun’s senior rabbi on June 1, 2023, he was asked if he’d be ready […]

Finding Community and Connection


Kara Kirsch ended up in the Twin Cities by accident. She came at a friend’s invitation, her car broke down here, and friends convinced her to stay. But in the […]

Who The Folk?! Milo Beyene


For Milo Beyene, fighting for equity and fairness started at a very early age — even for slightly mundane things. Now, it’s for more important issues, as they settle in […]

TC Queer Jews Piloting Mussar Learning Group


J-Pride, the Jewish Twin Cities LGBTQ+ organization, is piloting a queer-only va’ad, or study group, to engage with Jewish Mussar teachings in partnership with Twin Cities Mussar and Temple Israel. […]

Jon Lovett Brings Politics, Comedy To St. Paul


As someone who first made his name in political circles as a speechwriter, Jon Lovett’s route to Washington started in a less conventional way: a math major.  “I wrote op-eds […]

Twin Cities Pride with J-Pride


J-Pride is seeking volunteers for Twin Cities Pride! We will be hosting a booth at Twin Cities Pride on Saturday, June 25 (12pm-6pm) and Sunday, June 26 (10am-6pm), and are […]

Submissions Open for the Second J-Pride Zine


  Submissions are now open for the second annual J-Pride Zine: Out from the Narrow Place, Into the Wilderness (Volume 2). Please share with us your art, your poetry, your […]

Who The Folk?! Sho Garland


What’s it like to move back home as an adult and become the head of the school you went to as a kid? Sho Garland is tackling this challenge as […]

Who The Folk?! Isaac Ezra Jennings


Isaac Ezra Jennings moved to Minnesota the weekend before everything shut down for COVID, so his experiences attending J-Pride events were limited to the outdoor or virtual experience, but he […]