Southern hills hit by summer snow
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JFEST: Jewish Arts, 30 Years Later
By Eva Trieger It’s mind-boggling to think I covered my first Lipinsky Family San Diego Jewish Arts Festival (JFEST) in 2012 when I ...
The Strength of Modesty
By Eliana Rudee, JNS.org Powerlifting competitions (known as “meets”) have been out of reach for many religious women who follow laws of modesty ...
Grilled Caesar Salad
By Tamar Rothenberg, MS, RDN This summer, fire up the grill and toss on a… romaine heart! With this lemony-nut dressing atop grilled ...
Camarada Brings Audiences Heart-To-Heart
Camarada’s mission for 29 years has been to create connections between its San Diego audiences, its artists, and the music. Now Camarada brings ...
Drumming in Jewish Circles
By Mimi [Miriam] Pollack In the book “Miriam’s Tambourine: Jewish Folktales from Around the World” (1988), edited by Prof. Howard Schwartz, Miriam’s drum ...
“Thank You, San Diego. We Did It!”
Jewish National Fund-USA’s leadership have thanked San Diego’s philanthropic community for their generosity and support in enabling the organization to achieve its $1 ...
By Eva Trieger What would you call a four-year who stole the show by tap dancing on a coffee table, doing impressions of ...
My Tree in Israel
There is a terrific organization in Israel called My Tree in Israel. It lets people support Israel by sponsoring an Israeli farmer and ...
Prayers & Passages: Yom Yerushalayim
By Rabbi-Cantor Cheri Weiss We recently celebrated Yom Yerushalayim (“Jerusalem Day”), a holiday little known outside of Israel. It honors the reunification of ...
Random Rants: Life, Death, and the Arts
By Salomon Maya On March 13 of this year, my father was taken from us without warning. The call came at 11:15 p.m., ...