July is full of parties and getogethers for families and young adults alike.
Check out our 5th annual listing of Twin Cities places that could be your home for the holidays – all of them offering affordable or free options for young adults.
TC Jewfolk has a new calendar that’s sure to rock your tuchus. We explain the new features.
Nu, where will you be for the High Holy Days this year? Check out our 4th annual listing of Twin Cities places that could be your home for the holidays – all of them offering affordable or free options for young adults.
Hanukkah is just about upon us, beginning at sundown on Friday, December 11th and running until sundown on Saturday, December 19th. This installment of the Alef List will focus on the cool things to do for Hanukkah.
There are a number of interesting things happening in the next two weeks, Jewish and not. Besides a few parties, a class or two, and some other worthwhile events, some will be watching the Vikings closely, others just getting over our Twins hangover. Still others among us, I’m certain, are a little Jew’d out. After Rosh HaShanah and Yom Kippur, we had a week of Sukkot and recently concluded with Shmini Atzeret and Simhat Torah. Is it little wonder that we have no holidays in the month of Cheshvan (or we can debate Jeroboam’s Feast on the 15th)? Here are my picks from October 20th through November 2nd.