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KOSHEROLOGY

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A NEW PERSPECTIVE ON THE OLD GLOBE

By Deborah Vietor Interested in meeting a highly acclaimed, national award-winning Shakespearean director with a deep commitment to community and public service? Meet Barry Edelstein, the Erna Finci Viterbi Artistic Director of the Old Globe. Edelstein is a stage director,…

From ‘Greatest Hits’ To ‘Hidden Treasures’

By Deborah Fineblum, JNS.org Israel, a tiny country roughly the size of New Jersey, boasts a temperate climate. The Jewish state’s Mediterranean climate is marked by long, dry summers and short, cool winters. Rain is strictly a winter phenomenon. By…

Jackie Tolley, Hillel of San Diego

This year, Hillel of San Diego’s Executive Director Jackie Tolley will retire from the organization after serving the Jewish student community for 40 years. In that time, she has touched numerous lives and helped to foster many generations of Jewish…

A Senior Moment

When Immigrating To Israel Is a Senior Moment

Boreka Dough

Makes 3 pastry sheets roughly 10 to 15 inches: each 1 sheet makes about 8 borekas 6 ½ cups all-purpose flour 2 tablespoons kosher salt ¼ cup white vinegar 2 ⅓ cups seltzer water 3 ¾ sticks (15 ounces) butter,…