Article Archive for October 2012
Walk into a traditional synagogue in the middle of morning services during the week of Sukkot and you might have to take precaution not to be trampled upon by the circle of attendees walking around the bimah (central table where the Torah is read) shaking their lulavim.
One of the main mitzvot of the holiday of Sukkot is the waving of the four species: citron (etrog), palm, myrtle and willow. Trying to understand this mitzvah metaphorically, our sages compared the four species to four different types of Jews.
Get your monthly astrological update, find out about your sun sign, or just learn more about what the planets have in store for you this month!
Having been widowed in 2004, it took some time for me to get myself back into the ‘dating world.’ A friend suggested I try JDate, so I took the advice and joined — it opened up a whole new world.
Tailgating with friends or hosting a game day party at home doesn’t need to be stressful. I’ve compiled a great list of all my favorite game-day recipes. And don’t worry about tweaking them to fit them to your Jewish lifestyle — they’re all kosher!
After a few conversations on JDate, Donny and Amy decided to meet in person in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. Donny was working for an engineering firm in Raleigh, North Carolina, and Amy was in law school in Chapel Hill.