This undated image provided by Harbor Sweets shows the company’s “Chanukah Box” of chocolates decorated with a menorah. Harbor Sweets, a small New England handcrafted chocolate company, created the box in response to demand among customers who wanted to give chocolates as a holiday gift whil…
Chardonnay Shabbat services happen Fridays at 5 p.m. through Aug. 29.
10th PeaceWalk continues tradition of bridging the gap
Eileen Warshaw, executive director of the Jewish History Museum, has been named the 2013 Margie Fenton Award recipient by the Jewish Community Relations Council.
Members of Congregation Or Chadash will rededicate its Torah on Friday as part of the Hanukkah celebration.
Batsheva Appel drew two things in grade school when she was asked to draw what she wanted to be when she grew up.
Temple Emanu-El will celebrate the Tu B’Shevat holiday Friday
with a wine-tasting seder and dinner led by Rabbi Samuel M.
JERUSALEM — The start of the Jewish Day of Atonement at sundown
Sunday marked the beginning of a day like no other in Israel, on
which even Israelis with no connection to religion tend to put
their normal lives on hold.
JERUSALEM — Israeli archaeologists have uncovered one of the
earliest depictions of a menorah, the seven-branched candelabrum
that has come to symbolize Judaism, the Israel Antiquities
Authority said Friday.
The two Southeastern Arizona founders of a church that deifies
marijuana are both serving time in federal prison for illegal drug
Tucson Hebrew High is gearing up for another dynamic year of
Judaic studies, this year with a focus on the environment. Students
who take the Judaism and the Environment class will have the
opportunity to learn water-harvesting techniques and become better
informed about solar energy, water …
Temple Emanu-El's outreach motto is "If you're in the northwest,
we're bringing Judaism to you," and the temple has followed that
motto for the past eight years, bringing Jewish classes, Sabbath
and holiday observances and family events to the northwest
U.S. archaeologists have found an extremely rare 2,000-year-old
limestone cup inscribed with 10 lines of Aramaic or Hebrew script
near the Zion Gate of the Old City of Jerusalem.
Every day I check a blog called Marginal Revolution, which is
famous for its erudite authors, Tyler Cowen and Alex Tabarrok, and
its intelligent contributors. Last week, one of those contributors
asked a question that is fantastical but thought-provoking: What
would happen if a freak solar e…
CINCINNATI — Alysa Stanton began quenching her spiritual thirst
early, discovering Judaism after a search that began at age 9 and
worried her mother only when a man called the house one night
asking for her youngest child.
JERUSALEM — Pope Benedict XVI ended his pilgrimage to the Holy
Land Friday with a stirring call for peace at the site of Jesus'
crucifixion and then made an emotional appeal to Israel and the
Palestinians: "No more bloodshed. No more fighting. No more
terrorism. No more war."