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Most New Yorkers don’t think much about Scranton, Pennsyvania, the once-upon-a-time railroad and coal town that famously helped shape Joe Biden’s youth. And if they think of Scranton at … more
It’s been a scorcher of a summer, so when a friend suggested a trip to the Berkshire Mountains, this Northeasterner was ready for some cooler weather. While quite a “staycation” … more
A third of the way into an hour-and-a-half tour of Charleston’s Jewish historic Coming Street Cemetery on an overcast afternoon in April, Anita Rosenberg admits believing in ghosts. The … more
“This is not the Morocco we knew,” said Kobi Ifrah, co-founder of Kulna, an organization that aims to preserve and promote Jewish Moroccan heritage.  Since moving from Dimona in … more
Avocados, plantains, pumpkins, breadfruit, coconut oil … put these foods and flavors on your table! Are there really Jews who live full-time on the Cayman Islands? Why was I surprised … more
Nefesh B’Nefesh’s 64th chartered aliyah flight brought 215 olim frm the United States and Canada to Ben Gurior Airport, last week. Onboard were 22 families with 75 children, 15 … more
What is Jewish Washington? It’s a good question with a lot of different answers. And one is likely to find many of them at the brand-new Lillian and Albert Small Capital Jewish Museum. … more
As tourist season returns to Israel, there are many options to enjoy, but the best ones make you feel good inside and out. Hikes are good exercise, and Israel has amazing restaurants and spas, but … more
Ties among Abraham Accords nations are growing stronger despite the normalization agreements’ lack of popularity among many people in the Arab partner countries. This is according to the … more
On a recent trip to the US, I — an Israeli “settler” representing the proud Jewish community of biblical Hebron — encountered three Muslims in three different places. Our … more
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