“I’m going to fight this. I’m coming home to Christopher and to you!” Christopher is his four-year-old son.
The pandemic closed the doors of this Bay Area attraction, but now ‘people finally can see art in a safe space that isn’t in front of their computer.’
Despite a year of isolation and pandemic restrictions, Jewish communities around the country are finding ways to come together for Yom HaShoah, the annual commemoration to honor the more than six million Jews murdered by Nazis and Nazi collaborators during the Holocaust.
The world’s largest Jewish film festival will get even larger this year. Because of COVID-19 restrictions, the Miami Jewish Film Festival will be a hybrid live and virtual event this year. This new format will enable a potentially nationwide audience the opportunity to view some of the festival’s 145 selected films online for free.
A biopolymer found in the exoskeletons of crustaceans like shrimp and crabs has been found to reduce Salmonella cells.
From coast to coast, here’s list of virtual Passover seders you’ll love.
The virtual event will include rabbis, singers, and musicians from congregations in the Boulder area who will share prayers and thoughts.
The Jewish vice chair of the Massachusetts Republican State Committee, Tom Mountain, is using his personal experience with COVID-19 to appeal to his “fellow Republican men” to get vaccinated.
A public monument featuring Revolutionary War financier Haym Saloman, a Polish-Jewish American businessman, may be removed from where it stands in Chicago’s Heald Square. The monument, along with 40 others, is under review by the Chicago Monument Project as part of the city’s effort to “address the hard truths of Chicago’s racial history.”
The petition cites “Israeli apartheid,” blocked access to health care for Palestinians, and Islamophobia.