You can’t say Black Lives Matter and let homelessness fester
What the old Jewish radical taught me about George Floyd
How Jewish Home for the Aging in Los Angeles has beaten the odds on coronavirus
In Alain Cohen’s new normal, loyal customers still walk into Got Kosher? to pick up their Shabbat take-out meals, buy his famous pretzel challahs and engage in masked conversation.
Wilshire Blvd. Temple camps struggle to decide whether to open during the pandemic.
Bella Staav and Jonathan Sunshine get married in a socially-distanced Jewish wedding in Los Angeles.
“Small-scale commercial production is, every moment of every day, giving birth spontaneously to capitalism and the bourgeoisie…wherever there is small business and freedom of trade, capitalism appears.”— V.I. Lenin
Adam Schiff: the coronavirus pandemic makes the 2020 election “rife for manipulation.”
The last time I spent Passover locked in a room I was 9 years old. My uncle refused to let me sit at the Seder table so long as I insisted on wearing a Mets cap instead of a yarmulke. To this day I’m not sure whether he exiled me because he was a stickler for tradition, or a Dodgers fan.