Lauren Davidson


A Peach of a Synagogue

By Lauren Davidson

A Peach of a Synagogue
You might not think of a nearly 300-year-old Sephardic synagogue as the top tourist destination in a state. Unless you’re talking about Georgia and Savannah’s Mickve Israel, that is.Read More


Life Is a Chai-Way for Jewish Biker Clubs

By Lauren Davidson

Life Is a Chai-Way for Jewish Biker Clubs
Gil Paul is a member of Hillel’s Angels, one of dozens of Jewish motorcycle clubs across the land: ‘I thought I was the only Jew on a Harley Davidson. But I was wrong.’Read More


Why You Shouldn't Call Mel Bochner a Lox Jock

By Lauren Davidson

Why You Shouldn't Call Mel Bochner a Lox Jock
Mel Bochner is obsessed with words —  Yiddish ones, profanity, ethnic slurs. The artist is enjoying a colorful, and somewhat obscene, retrospective.Read More


Observant Women Make Tzitzit — and Stir Controversy

By Lauren Davidson

Observant Women Make Tzitzit — and Stir Controversy
More women are seeking an equal role in Jewish ritual by making and tying tzitzit. A Princeton University student has formed a group to lead the push into this once-male realm.Read More


In Search of a More Perfect Union

By Lauren Davidson

In Search of a More Perfect Union
Rabbi Marc Schneier and Imam Shamsi Ali have co-written a book that shows similarities between Jews and Muslims.Read More



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