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AMSTERDAM — As one of Europe’s oldest and most impressive Jewish buildings, this city’s Portuguese Synagogue is known far and wide for its majestic beauty. Built in 1675 for the … more
Among traditional food customs related to Rosh Hashanah, the most well-known might be the dipping of apples in honey. And while a classic apple pie or cake is a lovely way to commemorate our hopes … more
Despite isolation from their Jewish brethren around the world for millennia, Ethiopian Jews have coveted the universal Jewish dream of celebrating Rosh Hashanah “next year in … more
The tale of a challah-baking Jewish giant, by one of the country’s most prominent children’s book writers, is among a crop of delightful new books for kids published just in time for the … more
Fifty years ago, leaders of the Chabad movement tasked Rabbi Moshe Lazar of Milan with supervising the local production and export of the Calabria etrog … more
For nearly 50 years, my father had a best friend named Al. They grew up in the same neighborhood in Brooklyn, and after returning from the service in World War II, they each married and moved to the … more
Bonfires will light up the night this motzei Shabbos and on Sunday as Jewish communities everywhere celebrate Lag B’Omer. In the parking lot of Far Rockaway’s White Shul, the blaze will … more
Before Shabbos, it’s time to whip and execute your most special hamantaschen recipes (or check for a couple of unique ones). But you won’t be alone if you instead … more
The Sushi menorah returns in time for Sunday night’s first candle — but don’t count on Simply Sushi’s delicacies to last all eight nights. The hot ticket from Chanukah 2013 … more
Nachum Segal brought his popular JM in the AM radio program to Cedarhurst on Wednesday, airing three hours of upbeat pre-holiday banter and music from a portable studio in front of ChapANosh in … more
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