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Whether it’s for health reasons, ideological reasons, or Kosher reasons, faux meat has been on the rise and is sure to gain even further visibility and popularity in 2019. In 2018, the … more
With offerings like the classic pastrami or corned beef sandwich and rich matzah ball soup, the deli has long provided our nation with a uniquely Jewish-American take on comfort food. In 2018, we … more
A new musical, “Coming Attraction,” a semi-fictionalized look at the working relationship between actress Greta Garbo and her photographer, Ruth Harriet Louise, née Goldstein, … more
Thanks for printing my photo essay in the Dec. 21 issue (“Adventures in Israel”). The photos were part of a much longer story about Israel. Two deleted impressions pertain to us in … more
JTA – New England Patriots owner Robert Kraft is the winner of the $1 million Genesis Prize, the so-called Jewish Nobel. Kraft, 77, will be giving the money “to initiatives combatting … more
JTA – A synagogue in Battle Creek, Michigan, was vandalized for the second time in two months. A concrete carving of a menorah on the front of Temple Beth El was spray-painted with an … more
As part of Jewish Rhode Island’s ongoing effort to introduce community leaders, Rabbi Adam Lavitt agreed to answer a few questions. Favorite Jewish food? I’d have to say … more
LOS ANGELES (JTA)– Israel’s more than half-century courtship to win an Oscar for best foreign-language film will continue past 2019. Since submitting its first entry – and … more
In early August 2003, my parents and I made the journey to Atlanta, where I was to start college at Emory University. After extensively researching different schools, I applied to Emory … more
NEW YORK (JTA) –The Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion has appointed Andrew Rehfeld, a political science professor who has led the Jewish Federation of St. Louis since 2012, … more
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