Tree Of Life


As I turn the corner the tall, tan walls of the synagogue appear in the distance looming over everything else on the street. Welcome to Squirrel Hill. The gate which […]

A First-Person Story Of Fleeing Putin’s Russia


Editor’s Note: The St. Louis Jewish Light learned of Russian Jew Tatiana Glezer, 41, and her plight through a network of friends in the United States. Largely fluent in English, […]

Fundraising For Ukraine With A Lullaby


The Nightingale Trio, an all-woman vocal group in Minnesota that sings Eastern European songs, is giving all proceeds from their cover of a beloved Ukrainian lullaby to the Ukrainian American […]

Centuries Old Tradition To Benefit Ukrainian Jews


As the war in Ukraine continues to rage, a centuries-old Passover tradition is being highlighted by students at St. Paul’s Lubavitch Cheder Day School to benefit refugees. Ma’ot chitim — […]