Sue Fishkoff

Debate Over Israel Funding Guidelines Continues To Roil San Francisco Jews

Three months after San Francisco’s Jewish federation became the first in the nation to announce formal restrictions on funding for Israel programs, this liberal, largely dovish regional slice of American Jewry remains aflame with debate and denunciations of the move as a lurch toward censorship.

Sustainable: Karen Adelman and Peter Levitt, co-owners of Saul?s Deli, nosh on locally sourced pickles.

Can the Jewish Deli Survive the Sustainable Food Movement? Pass The Homemade Pickles

If you’re trying to defend the Jewish deli to a roomful of locavores and food activists, it’s good to have Michael Pollan on your side.

Activists Descend on Postville in Show of Solidarity With Meat Plant's Workers

When busloads of Jews from Minnesota, Illinois and Wisconsin started pulling up outside St. Bridget’s Catholic Church Sunday morning, and more than 350 people, some sporting yarmulkes, poured out to take part in a big immigration rally planned for the afternoon, locals noticed.