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On Sunday, January 5, Alliance JCC held an open house, and the Mothers Circle celebrated its fifth anniversary as an invaluable resource to women of other religious backgrounds raising Jewish children. Past program participants and perspective … more
Because your calendar is full with simchas all year, Georgie Tarn and Tracey Fine, creators of the Jewish Princess brand, have written another Jewish Princess book to make every holiday successful. more
The biggest trends in weddings, Jewish or otherwise, are tradition and the personal touch. From the invitation and dress to the music and menu, the personality of those getting married is on full display. So how can you make your wedding trendy … more
One of the most enduring books for couples planning a Jewish wedding is Anita Diamant’s “The New Jewish Wedding.”  Many of you may be most familiar with Diamant as the prize-winning Boston Globe journalist and novelist who wrote “The Red … more
Each time I hear, “I don’t want to waste a lot of money on invitations because people just throw them away,” I cringe. I agree. People will toss invitations that glaringly show there was no thought or effort put into them. No one expects a … more
If you are engaged or in the process of planning the wedding of your dreams, an experienced wedding planner can help in taking the worry and stress out of organizing your special day, thereby allowing you the ability to enjoy the time with your … more
Nothing! A Secular Humanistic Jewish wedding ceremony rejoices in the love of two individuals regardless of whether they are two persons of the same, or different, genders. The ceremonies that I celebrate focus on the two people pledging their love. … more
BOSTON (JTA) — A Boston-area Jewish teen whose fight against a rare genetic disease that causes accelerated aging was chronicled in an Academy Award-contending documentary has died. Sam Berns of Foxborough, Mass., died Friday after a lifelong … more
WASHINGTON (JTA) – The Senate confirmed Janet Yellen as chairwoman of the Federal Reserve, making her the first woman and the third consecutive Jewish top U.S. government banker. Yellen was confirmed in a 56-26 vote on Monday. January 6. She … more
TEL AVIV (JTA) – The (recent) disclosure that American intelligence spied on former Israeli prime ministers has given new momentum to the effort to secure a pardon for convicted spy Jonathan Pollard. more
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