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Why Didn’t My Amazing Date Ever Call?
May 9, 2012 – 6:00 am | 2 Comments
Why Didn’t My Amazing Date Ever Call?

Dear Rabbi Singer,

I recently went out on a first date that lasted till 3 am. We had soooo much to talk about and share. Now it’s 8 days later and I haven’t heard a peep from him, although I see that he’s still active on JDate. Any ideas why this happens?  I think it’s quite common.

The Hottest Date I’ve Ever Had
May 8, 2012 – 3:06 pm | 8 Comments
The Hottest Date I’ve Ever Had

The weekend had arrived, romance was in the air, and after several hard days at work, I was so in the mood for love. I was looking good, feeling good, had a wallet filled with cash, and was ready, willing and able to do anything my hot, beautiful date desired. Life was filled with sweet potential. There was just one tiny problem – I didn’t have a hot, beautiful date. Despite all the bounty on JDate, I didn’t have a date, period. I was the sequel to Sleepless in Seattle. I was Dateless in Los Angeles.

Hebrew Union College
May 8, 2012 – 3:05 am
Hebrew Union College

In honor of Jewish-American History Month, Jewish Treats presents the history of Hebrew Union College.

A Texan Heroine
May 7, 2012 – 11:48 am
A Texan Heroine

Rosanna Dyer Osterman (1809-1866) risked her life to act as a courier to the Confederate Army, after the city of Galveston, Texas, was occupied by the Union Army. From Osterman’s perspective, the Union Army were the occupiers. When she learned that the Union knew of the Confederates’ early January attack plan, she managed to get word to the Confederates so that they could attack early and retake the city.

Why Online Dating Doesn’t Just Have To Stop In Your Zip Code
May 7, 2012 – 10:55 am | One Comment
Why Online Dating Doesn’t Just Have To Stop In Your Zip Code

When I moved to Chicago, one of my biggest challenges was meeting new people who shared my similar tastes and interests. There was such a cultural divide between where I grew up and the Midwest. It’s not to say that it was a negative thing, but rather, a readjustment (I promptly picked up snowboarding in lieu of my favorite Florida pastime — surfing.)

Loni and Daniel: “I want to thank JDate for helping us find each other.”
May 7, 2012 – 9:54 am | One Comment
Loni and Daniel: “I want to thank JDate for helping us find each other.”

I want to thank JDate for helping us find each other… actually, she found me.

Wedding Invitations: A Step By Step Guide
May 4, 2012 – 11:10 am
Wedding Invitations: A Step By Step Guide

Out of all your wedding tasks you have to accomplish, ordering and organizing wedding invitations may seem like the biggest headache. It may not be the most glamorous task (oo la la, dress shopping!) or the yummiest (cake tasting for the win!), but it’s a really important one. After all, how else are your guests going to know when and where to show up on your big day? It’s the foundation of your wedding day and can even set the tone for what guests can expect.

The Second Passover
May 4, 2012 – 3:05 am
The Second Passover

On the first anniversary of the Exodus from Egypt, the Children of Israel prepared to celebrate their first Passover as free people. God decreed that they should eat matzah and maror (bitter herbs) in commemoration of the great event, and, most importantly, that the Israelites should all partake of the Passover sacrifice (lamb).

The Hora-Scopes: Your May Forecast On Life & Love
May 3, 2012 – 10:01 am
The Hora-Scopes: Your May Forecast On Life & Love

Astrology 411: What does May have in store for you? One astrological sign should be on the lookout for past lovers. For another sign, love, money and values will all take center stage this month! Read on to find out if those April showers will actually bring May flowers!

Benjamin Nones
May 3, 2012 – 3:05 am
Benjamin Nones

U.S. politics have never been pretty. Even as the colonists declared their independence from England, they were busy arguing with one another. Rather than Democrats (liberals) and Republicans (conservatives), however, the early Americans were divided between the Republicans (liberals) and the Federalists (conservatives). If you find political fighting today abhorant, just imagine what it was like before political correctness!

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