A Life of Dairy and Davening
Bill Berman is an anomaly among South Florida’s dairymen, few of whom start their day putting on tefillin
· May 21, 2012
First as cattle dealers and now as dairy farmers, the author’s family has long been defined by their cows. A trip back to their Bavarian homeland revealed this legacy to be more unusual—and fraught—than she’d ever imagined.
By Daphna Berman · June 7, 2011
The one custom for celebrating Shavuot is to stay up all night and study Jewish texts. But will we continue celebrating the printed word as more and more of what we read is electronic?
By Beth Kissileff · June 6, 2011
All Night Long: Preparing for Shavuot’s Study Sessions
We asked four people we admire—a novelist, a musician, a rabbi, and a theologian—what they’d like to read in the wee hours
· June 6, 2011
Flower Shop Owner Traces Her Passion to Time Spent With Her Grandfather, Marc Chagall
As the owner of a Manhattan store, Fleurs Bella, Bella Meyer is creating her own art with blossoms as her medium
By Shoshana Olidort and Jake Marmer · June 3, 2011
From flowers to all-night study sessions and, of course, cheesecake, everything you need to celebrate the Festival of Weeks
· June 2, 2011