Our most Jewish moments can happen anywhere.
Legendary musician Steve Katz discusses his humble beginnings and the road to three Grammys at the St. Paul JCC on Thursday.
“Esther”, the novel brings to life the world of the famous Jewish queen in a gripping historical drama by local author, Rebecca Kanner.
Before I began actively searching for a local Jewish community, what I already had was an amazing online network of smart, kind, and funny Jewish women. I want to introduce you to one of them today.
Dori Weinstein’s ‘Sliding Into the New Year’ tells a Rosh Hashanah story for contemporary tweens.
Ari Shavit, author of My Promised Land, will be coming to Mount Zion temple on Sunday, March 9th at 10:00AM. I will be out of town, so I’ll miss out. But you shouldn’t!
Everyone knows someone who is affected by mental illness. Even if it’s not you personally, trust me, it hits much closer to home than you may think. In the Jewish community we assume those things don’t happen to us and therefore we don’t talk about it. This is a huge mistake. I think Jews, especially, take on the feelings of shame and guilt when we’re forced to keep secrets about loved ones and issues of mental health. That shame and guilt can eat away at you and make your quality of life miserable.
Spoiler Alert! This post is full of things that never happened, might happen, should have happened, and did happen in the Mortal Instruments books and movie.
Sinners and the Sea, a new book by Twin Cities native Rebecca Kanner, is a look at the Torah story of Noah through the eyes of his wife.
I missed the book signing, but Deb Perlman’s Smitten Kitchen Cookbook is filled with recipes that will delight your taste buds and earn you a place at every dinner with your in-laws.