The new/old art of Jewish storytelling is once again thrivingby Caren Schnur Neile | Comments Off on God Loves Stories
A sports fanatic, who happens to be a rabbi, wants to know where Sandy Koufax was when he wasn’t playing in the World Series.by Rabbi Jeremy Fine | Comments Off on The Koufax Midrash
Even if you have never seen a page of Talmud, you will find something of interest and accessible in Ruth Calderon’s newly translated book, A Bride for One Night.by Beth Kissileff | Comments Off on CJ Bookshelf: Spring 2014
What moved the Golda Och Academy to be the first Conservative Jewish school in the US to produce The Laramie Project?by Gila Drazen | Comments Off on When Hate Kills
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?
The Jews of Ethiopia would like all Jews to observe the Sigd, a celebration of Jewish unity, reflection and prayer.by Shai Afsai | Comments Off on The Gift of Sigd
Members of a zany New Orleans parade group are more than a novelty. Their hybrid identities can enrich our communities.by Rabbi Justin David | Comments Off on Meet the Jew Crew
Author JOSHUA HENKIN shares his own take on being both a Jew and a writerby Joshua Henkin | Comments Off on What’s A Jewish Writer Anyways?
His collection of kippot reflects BERT STRATTON’S 23 years playing clarinet at weddings and bar mitzvah partiesby Bert Stratton | Comments Off on And What’s That on Your Head?