Rabbi Zac Kamenetz dreams of a world in which the trauma of the Jewish past can be healed through psychedelic experiences.
Show up on a Shabbat morning at Congregation B’nai Israel in this Northern California suburb and, if you’re a typical American Jew, you will see plenty that’s familiar. At the front of the sanctuary is an ark, and inside the ark are…
Introducing the latest dessert mashup, the doughka, brought to you by Jewish-Mexican baker extraordinaire Fany Gershon of New York’s Dough bakeries, who tells us all about it.
Community schools struggle to show their unique advantages.Can badges help? How a handful of innovators are trying to ‘gamify’ Jewish education.
How did a ‘100% Catholic’ family from Connecticut wind up frying up latkes after opening the presents under the tree every Christmas morning?
When I heard that the rabbi of a Chabad house on a university campus was in trouble for providing alcohol to students, I assumed that I didn’t need to hear any further details to understand what the story was.
The revelation that the Zionist Organization of America, the group on the stodgy, venerable right-wing flank of American Zionism, has lost its status as a tax exempt organization is astonishing. News that some members of their board haven’t seen the ZOA’s budget in at least four years had my jaw on the floor.
September 17, the first anniversary of the launching of the Occupy Wall Street movement has been declared a national day of action.
In my experience, there’s often a token non-Jew at Friday night dinner or at the Seder — the Shabbos Goy or the Passover Goy, some call them (affectionately).