Today, the 28th* of Nisan, Jews around the world are marking Yom Ha’shoah.
Avi is my best friend and we have shared many happy times together, as well as overcome obstacles which have only strengthened our relationship. We are very grateful to JDate for bringing us together. Without JDate, we would have never met, as we were living far away from each other.
It’s a fact that many people spend much time thinking and even worrying about par’nassah (livelihood).
David and Meredith met in 2007 after talking online for about a month. Meredith had recently moved back to the Bay Area and was interested in making some new friends.
Today I will explore these seven cognitive patterns with you. Please read them carefully and see if you can relate to doing this type of thinking in any area of your life.
In honor of April being Jazz month, Jewish Treats presents a short biography of Artie Shaw, who often competed with Benny Goodman for the title of “The King of Swing.”Born in New York City in 1910, Artie Shaw was originally named Arthur Jacob (Avra…
The joyous holiday of Passover is now over. While one’s instinct might be to immediately run out to the supermarket and restock the pantry shelves with bread, snacks and all the desserts that were missed over the holiday, it is important to be aware …
Is red the new black? When online dating is concerned, the answer is a resounding YES! Last March, Slate published an article saying you should wear a red shirt in your online dating profile to get more responses based on a study conducted by Nicolas Gueguen and Celine Jacob.
So before you let yourself be swept away by someone new, give your JDate match this fool-proof quiz to see just how Jewish they truly are! If they can’t answer correctly, but you can, you may want to reconsider labeling them your Beshert!