By Adina Solomon
What Makes A Co-Working Space Jewish?
Open the door to this co-working space in Atlanta, and a long table with people working, typing and talking away confronts you. Exposed brick and lots of whiteboards make up the wall. A curving staircase leads to a rooftop overlooking the BeltLine, a popular multi-use trail that rings the city center. Look closer: You may…
Southern Kosher Barbecue Steps Up To The Smoker
The unmistakable smoky scent melted into the air — the kind of smell that sticks to your hair and clothes and refuses to leave. That’s barbecue. More specifically, that’s barbecue at the Atlanta Kosher BBQ Festival, an event I attended in 2016 and in which my father, Eric Solomon, competed. May is National Barbecue Month…
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