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Barrington resident Rachel Rasnick “just picked up a brush and started painting” four years ago at Looking Upwards, a day program for adults with developmental disabilities. Rasnick, … more
Elana, a senior at Barrington High School, wrote and directed the Moana Purim Spiel for Temple Habonim, in Barrington. Here, she shares details of that experience.   Writing and … more
Passover has always been my favorite holiday, and an important one for my family. In these uncertain times, and with the reality of seders-in-isolation, I’ve been reminiscing a lot about … more
“Like as May Month flowereth and flourisheth in many gardens, so in like wise let every man of worship flourish his heart in this world.” – Sir Thomas Malory, “Le Morte … more
(JTA) — As the coronavirus forced the shutdown of many synagogues in the United States and beyond last Shabbat, many British Jews celebrated the day of rest as usual.At the time, their … more
Imagine that you bought a new home for your family. Moving day comes, with all of its attendant excitement and anxiety. You bring in and set up all of your things to make this house … more
This time in March is the best time to see the colorful flowers around Israel. If you wish to catch a blue and purple field March is the place and time What? Givat HaTurmusim, or “Hill … more
“The Spy Behind Home Plate,” the first documentary to tell the real story of Morris “Moe” Berg, the enigmatic and brilliant Jewish baseball player turned spy, will be shown at … more
If you travel to the Golan Heights, be sure you don’t miss a short visit in Ein Kanaf.  What? It is a natural spring in Moshav Kanaf. The spring serves as a memorial to fallen veterans … more
At the First International Congress of Agudath Israel, held in Vienna in 1923, the Eastern European Rabbi Meir Shapiro proposed that Jews around the world study a double-sided page (daf) of the … more
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