The first stop in an apology tour, the University of Miami Hillel event is titled ‘From Heat to Healing.’
The series is just the latest from Israel gaining a whole new audience in America.
Cory and Felicia Konold have petitioned a federal court to let them celebrate Passover at the home of their grandparents in Tucson, Arizona.
The Oklahoma City Thunder said that, as part of the unusual deal, Meyers Leonard will not actually play any games for them.
A well-read 600-page digest of festival laws from Rabbi Avrohom Blumenkrantz tackles everything from pet food to paper products.
The NBA player has been sidelined from the Miami Heat after using the word ‘kike’ during a livestream.
If passed later this month, Georgia will become only the third state to operate on ‘standard time’ year-round.
‘The masks of the coronavirus represent a level of fear, but the mask of Purim is a mask of happiness,’ said one rabbi.
A head-scratching moment for America was par for the course for a modern-Orthodox Jew.
David Schoen’s head-scratching move went viral, offering millions of people an instant case study in Jewish law.