Southern & Jewish
What Makes A House A (Jewish) Home?
The mezuzah isn't a finishing touch, but a starting point.
The Sweetness of Slowing Down
This apples and honey (bourbon) challah bread pudding is a Rosh Hashanah tradition.
Charlottesville Feels Too Familiar
The hatred at the Unite the Right march was unacceptable - but not "unimaginable"
Our Mississippi Rosh Hashanah Table
Our table was once too big for us, then we became too big for it, and now we fit almost exactly in its seats… and in future years, with grandkids and the ongoing cycle of celebrations, we will outgrow it again.
New Year, Sacrifice… and Anime
Surprising connections about what sacrifice really means
How My Quarantine Hobby Became Something More
I always wanted to learn to play guitar. I tried once or twice in the last decade to play, but ...
Learning to Love Books
Growing up, I hated books.Okay, so “hate” is a strong word. But as a kid, I was never fond of ...
Once A Fellow, Always A Fellow
Or, How I Spent My (Southern Jewish) Summer Vacation
Taking My “Suitcase” Throughout the South
A performer reflects on his time in Southern Jewish communities
Controversial Then, A Civil Rights Hero Now
Rabbi Perry Nussbaum, Civil Rights, And Jackson's Jewish Community
Jew, Too? Southern Jewish Conversations
A "Mixed Multitudes"-Themed Podcaster Shares Some Southern Stories