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In Parashat T'rumah, God asks the Israelites for gifts and there are so many different ways and reasons that people give - but is there a best way? Rabbi Rick Jacobs discusses different perspectives on giving in this episode of On the Other Hand.
We’ll take any excuse to indulge in some of our favorite cookie recipes! Here are a few of the Jewishly inspired cookies we love.
How much do you know about Hanukkah music? Here are eight questions to kindle your enthusiasm (pun absolutely intended!) about music of the holiday.
In the wake of senseless violence, we mourn, we come together, we offer words of condolence – and we ask how we can prevent these tragedies from happening again.
Jewish tradition provides wisdom on how to handle these moments – both as parents and as individuals: Don’t be afraid to learn. Take large actions. Embrace small acts. Tell the stories to your children, and know when to let it go.
The music of our Jewish tradition and others can bring us comfort and, at the same time, strengthen our resolve to continue to support one another.
As we mourn lives lost and changed forever by terror, we pray for the victims and for the future of our country. Here are a few prayers (including transliteration) and poems to help us find the right words to speak to God about our grief.
When we say "Purim," three-cornered cookies are one of the first things that come to mind for many people. But where did they come from? Learn about the history of hamantaschen and browse a selection of recipes for all types of hamantaschen, both sweet and savory.