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On April 15, 2018, Kenneth Black, beloved husband of Carole Black; devoted father of Eric (Lily) Black, Rachel (Marc) Blum and Spencer (Lindsey) Black;...

Celebrating Shavuot … and More

Shavuot is a two-day holiday that celebrates the giving of the Torah. Dairy foods are often eaten because when receiving the Torah, the Jewish...

Community Rallies Around Holocaust Education

The Greek port city of Salonika was home to around 56,000 of Greece’s 76,000 Jews before World War II. There were centers of Jewish...

Taco Soup (From “Soup Night”)

(Pareve Or Meat) 2 pounds ground beef, optional 3  15-ounce cans stewed tomatoes 1  15-ounce can each of black beans, navy beans, kidney beans, pinto beans, rinsed...

Rosh Hashanah lunch: reimagined

By Linda Morel Several years ago, I realized hosting lunch on Rosh Hashanah had become routine, something that bothered me. Bagels and lox were always on...

Spelt Banana Bread With Chocolate, Dates and Tahini

By Chaya Rappoport |The Noshe via JTA Maybe it’s the home comfort it exudes, maybe it’s how easy it is to make, but for a...

How to Have Healthy Holidays (Plus a Recipe)

“This year especially, it’s more important than ever for us to nourish our bodies in a healthy manner,” said Esther Lejtman, clinical nutrition manager...

Arayes: Grilled Lamb Stuffed Pita Pockets

By Jessica Grann I love lamb. It’s my favorite of any meat available and it’s even better grilled. Arayes — pitas filled with lamb —...

Shwarma Chicken Kebabs: Perfectly Spiced, Quick to Make and Oh-So-Juicy

By Chaya Rappoport, from The Nosher If you think chicken kebabs sound boring, I don’t blame you. Usually they are. And dry. But not this recipe. This...

9 Powerful Jewish Designs by Iconic Graphic Artist Milton Glaser

Milton Glaser, the godfather of modern graphic design who passed away on his 91st birthday on Friday, didn’t talk about his Jewish identity very...

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By Carolyn Scherr The Pandemic, oh the Pandemic It’s really here and what a shame. It didn’t get an invitation But it got here just the same By land...

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By Eileen Creeger In the 1960s, the late Rabbi Herschel Leibowitz of Greenspring Valley Synagogue (today’s Ner Tamid) delivered a sermon about Barbra Streisand’s hit...

A nation adrift

How much government support is required in order to address the extraordinary needs of Americans more than a half-year into the coronavirus pandemic? No...

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