Meet a few of the non-Jews who ‘buy’ chametz every Passover
Israeli tourists have been flocking to the UAE, but an expected boom in group tours around Passover isn’t going to happen—this year
A simulated Seder through song
How Passover vacations became big business—until coronavirus made people rethink their plans
A new initiative aims to fight anti-Semitism one Seder at a time
The third Seder was once an American tradition, with a sense of community and politics that set it apart from the first two
Whether you’re a hoarder or a neat freak, Passover gives families a chance to get rid of the mess—together
As we remove the chametz from our house, it’s time to reconsider how much food we throw away all year
Every year, we sweep away crumbs from our cabinets. But we’re often afraid to sweep away stuff we’d be better off without.
Do today’s Seders exist to remember the past, or did past events occur so that they could be remembered later?
At the Seder, we open the door for Elijah. As a child, I thought he’d actually appear. Then I grew up, and anticipation faded into resignation.
From a Jonathan Adler Seder plate to a mezuzah that evokes the parting of the Red Sea, high-design Passover tchotchkes for your home
More than any other Jewish holiday, Passover can turn mothers into obsessive control freaks. But if we’re to have a meaningful holiday, we have to resist the madness.
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