The show follows the lives of the Armozas, a Sephardic family living in early to mid 20th century Jerusalem.
On Sunday, May 1, NEXTWork hosted a professional workshop event with and ZingTrain.
“I'm doing exactly what God wanted me to do,” said the Brooklyn-born jeweler to the stars.
Jewish Bioethics regularly changes as it covers current health issues, such as treatment allotments during COVID.
An initial salvo was unleashed on May 16 at an outdoor presentation by Noa Tishby, a strident and engaging Israeli-born actor, producer, writer and passionate defender of her homeland.
The Porch is a great place to meet up with friends and chill.
Outside the hospital, tensions were high, but inside that nursing room, there was only compassion, gentleness and peace.
The editors of Harvard’s student newspaper have just urged a boycott of the Jewish state and praised a campus group that has celebrated a murderer of Jewish college students.
More than 300 Birthright Israel Excel Fellows from North America and around the world gathered in New York City from April 1-3 for the Excelerate22 Summit.
Through teaching Judaism, Amira Soleimani believes youth also connect with their deeper souls, especially when the topic of God is explored with confidence and intent.
In these stories, we meet a variety of Jews and non-Jews in modern Europe.
As generations become further detached from the survivors of the Holocaust it is crucial that we continue to share stories.
Salita Promotions’ next Detroit Brawl card May 26 in the Lincoln Ballroom of the Ford Community & Performing Arts Center in Dearborn is headed by an intriguing heavyweight main event.
Sofia, who prefers to be known by her Hebrew name, grew up in Detroit, Hamtramck and Warren, knowing very little about her Jewish roots.
There is no greatness in programming a million computers to obey instructions. God’s greatness is taking the risk of creating a being, humans, capable of choice and responsibility and, therefore, of freely obeying God.