Rabbis Without Borders
Today marks the end of the most prolific counting of days in the Jewish calendar. S’firat ha’Omer, the Counting of ...
Over two and a half millennia ago, the People of Israel already harbored a deep enmity towards the People of ...
One sliver lining of quarantine has been spending quality time with my Japanese father and Israeli mother.
Southern & Jewish
...and what I learned from two days of delays
The description of a divine revelation complete with smoke, fire, and quakes has a parallel in nature
Multiple takes on this comfort food classic for the holiday where the custom is to eat dairy.
Sephardic memory and tradition at Shavuot.
We need to be able to rest and recover from one run in order to perform at our best at the next one.
Last summer, when I joined Anshe Sholom B’nai Israel (ASBI), the local Modern Orthodox synagogue in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood, I discovered ...
I received a hate call two weeks ago. It came right after I had had the honor of offering an ...