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An array of local, city and state leaders gathered in Congregation Emanu-El's courtyard Thursday afternoon in a show of unity and force in response to... [Read More]
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Despite Congress and President Joe Biden recently designating Juneteenth a federal holiday, the United States still struggles to commemorate a jubilant, though complicated, moment of freedom from... [Read More]
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As public health experts fret over a stalling Covid-19 vaccine campaign in the U.S., a new survey suggests they don't have to worry about American Jews.... [Read More]
In Hebrew, Wallace Levin might have been labeled a shomer, a watcher or a guardian. For most of his life, Levin stood guard, joining the... [Read More]
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"Everybody loves pot." So says Ed Rosenthal, legalization activist and longtime elder statesman of California's cannabis scene. He sees federal legislation to legalize the drug... [Read More]
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Bird holds flag, Israel gallops in When the U.S. contingent marched into the stadium in Tokyo for the opening ceremony of the Summer Olympics, Sue... [Read More]
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The Jewish highlights of the Tokyo Olympics kicked off with Jewish basketball superstar Sue Bird serving as one of Team USA's two flag bearers at the opening... [Read More]
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A set of "notorious" numbers used by white supremacists was discovered Monday posted on a scoreboard at a Marin County park and is being investigated... [Read More]
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Faced with legal questions surrounding a staunchly pro-Palestinian statement endorsed by a cross-section of academic departments in May, UC Davis is dismissing demands to remove... [Read More]
When an auction house recently unveiled a new catalog of rare Jewish books and manuscripts, Rabbi Elli Fischer was among the many who rushed to examine the... [Read More]
Every houseplant I've ever been responsible for could attest, from beyond the grave, that I don't exactly have a green thumb. So it was interesting... [Read More]
Fred Fox thought he wanted to grow up to be a rabbi, comedian, therapist or entertainer. Instead, he became a stockbroker in his native New... [Read More]
"To eat is to remember." That phrase from Hélène Jawhara Piñer's "Sephardi: Cooking the History" sums up the theme of this new book about the... [Read More]
An intense campaign to derail a Los Angeles teachers' union resolution supporting the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement against Israel is working, say members of... [Read More]
Growing up in Soviet-era Ukraine in the 1970s and '80s, attending Jewish summer camp was not an option for Rabbi Shimon Margolin of San Francisco.... [Read More]
One week after Ben & Jerry's announced that it would stop selling ice cream in the "Occupied Palestinian Territory," the company's board chair publicly rejected... [Read More]
My grandparents' basement is a magical place. Always cool in summer, it's filled with piles of old movie posters from our family-owned movie theater, worn-out... [Read More]
Sid Marantz loves tradition so much that he spent 20 years as a board member of his family's Los Angeles synagogue. So it's a big... [Read More]
Ben & Jerry's decision to stop distributing its products in West Bank settlements has unleashed a head-swirling discourse about BDS, ice cream and antisemitism that is quite... [Read More]
It has been a question insiders have posed all week: Could Ben & Jerry's decision to stop selling its ice cream in the West Bank... [Read More]
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