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February 2022

5 Jewish Food Trends to Look Out For

    The pandemic has influenced so many aspects of our daily lives, including our cooking, baking and dining out. Recipes that have gone...

Traditional Yet Guilt-free

    Jewish food (particularly Ashkenazi) really gets a bad rap as being overwhelmingly fat laden, obesity-inducing dishes lacking fresh fruit and vegetables. But...

Sweet & Savory

    Try to come up with the most Jewish spice out there and you might have some trouble answering. But ask Ori Zohar...

Dr. Adrienne Matros

Strength and weakness are measured by how a society’s vulnerable members are treated. February is Jewish Disabilities Awareness, Acceptance and Inclusion Month, raising awareness...

A Desert Wedding

   My son Ezra (29) was recently married to Mai Giladi (21) at a place whose English-language name makes clear that this is not...

Niran Avni

    ”Home isn’t a place; it’s a feeling” - Cecelia Ahern     Eight years ago, Niran Avni brought Israeli iced coffee to Los...

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University that fired Jewish professor who reported antisemitic incidents violated his academic freedom, panel finds By Andrew Lapin, JTA      A university in Oregon that...

Summer Fun

I am a camp person through and through. Camp has always been my happy place. For a long time it was the only place I...

Life Lessons Under the Stars

Even though I haven’t technically been a camp counselor for a decade or so, the role has never fully left me. Camp counseloring is...

Orange County’s Jewish History- And the Silver Medal Goes To…

The Southern California Horticultural Society Exhibition was a short-lived affair (1878-1882), in which time a pavilion was built, five Horticultural Fairs were held, and...