As Labor Day Weekend approaches (and Rosh Hashanah!), let’s take a look at what you may have missed this week over at MJL.
While not widely known in the Ashkenazic community, many Sephardic Jews participate in a special seder on Rosh Hashanah that goes beyond apples and honey.
With most kids back in school after this weekend, here are some Jewish-specific issues that many parents confront every August/September.
With Rosh Hashanah services coming up next week, here are some suggestions on how to engage your kids while at synagogue.
As a kid, one of my favorite Jewish customs was going down to the river near my house and throwing bread in the water for Tashlikh. Learn all about this awesome custom.
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Pronounced: roshe hah-SHAH-nah, also roshe ha-shah-NAH, Origin: Hebrew, the Jewish new year.
Pronounced: seh-FAR-dik, Origin: Hebrew, describing Jews descending from the Jews of Spain.