Remembering last Rosh Hashanah, in the thick of the pandemic
As Zoom services shift synagogues’ ritual music from communal singalongs to performances, we can find inspiration in the cantorial superstars of a century ago
It’s not all about how it tastes. It’s also about how it makes you feel.
As the pandemic evolves, synagogues scramble to adjust their High Holiday services to accommodate shifting risks and expectations
A Rosh Hashanah Story
Many synagogues will be ringing in 5781 with online programming for Rosh Hashanah and Yom Kippur
You can tell your story—even if it doesn’t have a happy ending
Three things to keep in mind on Rosh Hashanah
Reconnecting with nature on Rosh Hashanah
With a sugary, crunchy topping, this noodle kugel could be a dessert as well as a side dish
How interfaith couples navigate the Jewish holidays
And why Rosh Hashanah is a better new year’s celebration
In the cosmic balance sheet of one’s life, sin does not wipe out the positive gains
“We grew up with the Old Testament, the Tanakh, and I do the apple and honey … I go to temple in L.A.”
It’s the time of year when Jews traditionally apologize … but what if you’re the wronged party?
Must we choose between truth and peace or can we have both?
Mom and daughter, both vegetarians, try to cook a brisket for the holidays—hilarity and spiritual connections ensue
Like a wormhole through space-time, Judaism provides a way to change the past
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