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1,000,000 Pieces of Trash

    We are living in challenging times. This pandemic and the subsequent lock down has taken a tole on us a nation, as...

Difficult Decisions- Assisted Living vs. Aging in Place

    When Jewish seniors begin to consider their future care plans, they are often torn between remaining in the home that they love...

Staying Connected

    Times are difficult for many right now, especially this time of year when Jews are used to visiting with family and friends....

Teaching at Home

In the New York Times, Jennie Wiener, Professor of Educational Leadership, says of families teaching from home, “This is going to be messy and...

Sending Our Little Ones Back to School

Working with young children has special advantages during this challenging time. Despite limitations that COVID-19 has imposed on most schools, and the challenges it...

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Jlife Extra October 2020

After-Holiday Activities Special virtual programs highlight fall season By Ilene Schneider Now that the holidays are over, various Jewish organizations have planned numerous activities for learning, volunteering...

Delicious Health- Food made with love tastes better.

    "Eat food. Not too much. Mostly plants,” penned Michael Pollan, author of the groundbreaking “The Omnivore’s Dilemma,” in the New York Times...

Orange County’s Jewish History- Orange County and the Comeback of Arthur Szyk

    Arthur Szyk (1894-1951), pronounced shick, was a Polish-Jewish illustrator who single-handedly revived the medieval art of manuscript illumination. Many of us are...

A Story of Togetherness

    August 13 marked the 10-year anniversary of an unusual merger. On that date in 2010, members of Congregation Eilat, a Conservative synagogue, carried...