Summer camps look to past lessons for future sessions

We may still be in the middle of winter, but it’s not too early for parents to start planning for their children’s’ summer break,...

Arts & Life

Diane Gensler

3 questions with author Diane Gensler

Diane Gensler is the author of “Forgive Us Our Trespasses: A Memoir of a Jewish Teacher in a Catholic School.” Gensler, of Owings Mills, has...
Hallie Miller

You Should Know … Hallie Miller

Hallie Miller, 24, is following in her grandmother’s footsteps. Miller is a business and health reporter for the Sun. Her grandmother was a health features...
Joey Jay

‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ features ‘Jewish princess’ from Phoenix

By Shannon Levitt It wasn’t supposed to go that way. Joey Jay, the 30-year-old Phoenix-area contestant on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” Season 13, unexpectedly found himself on...


Rabbi Shlomo Zuckier

Opinion | The Talmud can help us process our collective grief

By Rabbi Shlomo Zuckier | JTA Americans watched in shock last week as a mob broke into the Capitol, ransacked senatorial offices and exiled a...
Elam Boockvar-Klein

Opinion | A fellowship year like no other

By Elam Boockvar-Klein Whenever I tell someone I work for Repair the World, I chuckle to myself. I am a 22-year-old Baltimore transplant from New...
Deborah Rapoport

Parshat Vaera: The importance of a personal connection

By Deborah Rapoport A math teacher once asked a fascinating question in a workshop of mine: Why were her struggling students only able to solve...

Nation and World

Rep. Jamie Raskin

Rep. Jamie Raskin considers the coup, Constitution and QAnon

By Eric Schucht Among the elected leaders who were forced to hunker down for cover as a mob attacked the Capitol on Jan. 6, was...
Sheldon Adelson

Sheldon Adelson, megadonor to Israel and Republicans, is dead at 87

By JTA Staff Sheldon Adelson, the Jewish casino magnate whose philanthropy shaped American and Israeli politics, has died at 87. Adelson, the chief executive of the...
scenes of the Jan. 6 riot

A guide to the hate symbols and signs on display at the Capitol riots

By Laura E. Adkins and Emily Burack | JTA The sweatshirt, spotted amid the mob that stormed the U.S. Capitol, seemed designed to provoke fear. “Camp...

Food & Dining

French lentil and sausage soup: a meal in a bowl

By Jessica Grann Lentils are a vastly underrated whole grain, and American cooks are not prone to use them in their home cooking. I find...

A Jewish bartender’s 5 tips for homemade cocktails

By Maddy Albert | The Nosher via JTA It’s been a unique and challenging year for all of us; learning how to find joy and...
chai tea

Hot beverages for winter socials

By Keri White Winter is upon us and, normally, that means holiday parties, indoor gatherings and lots of time with extended family and friends. But...

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