Editor’s note: The letter below comments on the original headline of Jodi Rudoren’s Nov. 19 “Looking Forward” column. That headline was changed shortly after publication, unrelated to this letter.
For Tobi Kahn tikkun olam looks like a city awash in deep blue, its interior reflecting the heavens, its slot like a mailbox to God.
Your dad says he “doesn’t need anything.” Here’s what he wants.
For Lunar New Year Shabbat, we asked four Asian American Jews what the holiday means to them.
“Fairy tales are also helpful in this time,” Deutsch said. “Imagination is a really important tool for hope.”
Haddish plays the role of a hanukkiah named Ella in the new Hanukkah-themed animated short film, “The Broken Candle.”
Social impact bonds might be the answer.
We commemorate other times of communal strife: Tisha B’Av, Passover, Hannukah. This certainly counts.
Pro-tips, recipes, and inspiration.
Whatever you want to get out of Rosh Hashanah this year, we hope that these answers to common questions about the holiday will help you find it.