Southern & Jewish
On Judaism, Southern pace, and different kinds of interaction
International Pronoun Day is today, October 16th!
I’ve never slept in a sukkah. Growing up in New England, it was always too rainy, too cold, too windy, ...
Who are we inviting into our humble huts?
Advice from our Education team on coming out, finding community, and being ok with being scared
Sharing the diversity of my Jewish life with my grandparents.
A rabbi shares how and why his family made different holiday culinary choices
Jews of many backgrounds share the ushpizin they would invite this Sukkot.
An explanation of the LGBTQ cases being heard by the Supreme Court
Why self-forgiveness is important this Yom Kippur
Salted Caramel Apple Pie Bars? Yes, please
On the menu: salmon teriyaki and miso maple trout.
Shanah tovah um’tukah! (A good and sweet new year!) Happy new year to all! It’s a time of new beginnings ...
Reflections on High Holidays and Multifaceted Identity
Rabbis Without Borders
She took his head between her palms, bent down and planted a little kiss on the top of his head. ...