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Good to Great

Congregation Beth Sholom in Teaneck, New Jersey, raises the bar for children’s choirs.

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What’s So Jewish About Dr. Who?

An innovative network looks to find homes for arts education in Jewish contexts, and Jewish education in artistic contexts.

by Jonah Rank | Comments Off on What’s So Jewish About Dr. Who?

Books: Jews Making Movies

The Retrospective by A.B. Yehoshua and other fiction and non-fiction about Jews in film

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The Gift of Sigd

The Jews of Ethiopia would like all Jews to observe the Sigd, a celebration of Jewish unity, reflection and prayer.

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L.J. Goldestein, left, initiated the creation of a Jewish parade crew.

Meet the Jew Crew

Members of a zany New Orleans parade group are more than a novelty. Their hybrid identities can enrich our communities.

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New: The Discovery Haggadah

Two innovative rabbis bring together fun, games and traditional texts in a new family hagaddah

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Understanding the Haftarot

A new book from FJMC places the weekly prophetic readings into historical and philosophical context

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Emanuel & the Hanukkah Rescue

CJ Reviews: Children’s Books

BERYL BRESGI looks at some new titles for Hanukah

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What’s A Jewish Writer Anyways?

Author JOSHUA HENKIN shares his own take on being both a Jew and a writer

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