eel that? Yeah, me too. It suddenly got reeeeeaal drafty outside, and now, unless it involves a bowl o’ soup, a cup o’ tea and a mug o’ whiskey, I’m […]
orry, this one’s a little late & after the long weekend, friends. I’m guessing (hoping?) I’m not alone in September sneaking up on me. Last night, I saw the first […]
h, August: the dog days of summer, marking the annual rite of passage of all Minnesotans from the long-awaited, warm embrace of the sun, to the dark, chilly, why-the-#$%!-do-I-need-a-sweater confines […]
UMMER. It’s officially summer, and not just because Bud Light Lime is everywhere again [ew]. We hope you had as lovely as a June as we, celebrating all of the […]
hat a great month to get out and celebrate, friends. June means we’re officially starting summer, complete with Shavuot and Pride! We’ve got tons of good times coming for both, […]
don’t know about the rest of y’all, but after a relentless month of winter that was the most winter that ever wintered, I’m ready to Get the Folk Out even […]
Who has history taught us to be?
Taking time for Shabbat can help your marriage, your family, your creativity and give you a perspective on life that you might miss if you don’t take a break and turn off the tech devices.
New Jerusalem, currently playing at the Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company, brings to life the dynamic ideas of Baruch Spinoza. In short: it’s like bacon-wrapped macaroni-and-cheese on a stick.
Calendar events dictate what we eat on certain days, how we play or what sports, or when we make a habit to gather as one to give thanks.