Category: March 2018

Good Food and Tikkun Olam

By Mimi Pollack In my opinion, there is nothing better than a tasty taco, and if eating that taco also helps you do an act of social justice, even better! Tacos Libertad, part of the successful Cohn Restaurant Group, opened…

For Peace of Mind — Bekah Peace Photography

By Deborah Vietor   San Diegan and award-winning photographer Bekah Peace specializes in newborn and maternity photography, child and family photography, high profile events and wedding photography. Working in San Diego, Orange County and Los Angeles, Peace strives to give…


Green Eggs & Lamb

Of the Book

Looking Deeper

Mazel and Mishagoss

This Passover Article Nearly Got “Passed Over!”

Soul Doctor-The Musical

By Sharon Rapoport Any story where the words “Rabbi”, “Bob Dylan” and “Summer of Love” intersect, is sure to stop anyone on their tracks. Moreover, if the story is true. Soul Doctor tells the incredible real-life story of Shlomo Carlebach; aka “The…

Israel: 70 Years of Craft and Design

In recognition and celebration of the 70-year anniversary of the founding of Israel, Mingei International Museum and Balboa Park’s House of Israel will collaborate on a retrospective exhibition highlighting the nation’s diverse and lively craft and design. This original exhibition…

From ‘Greatest Hits’ To ‘Hidden Treasures’

By Deborah Fineblum, 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…