September 23, 2018

Lifestyle

It’s time to clean up your act — with homemade floral soap bars. If you’ve never made soap, you won’t believe how easy it is to make.
Stories of scandals in the world of big business are splashed across the front pages of newspapers with dismaying frequency in the...
It’s mid-May at the Forbes 30 Under 30 Summit and the Tel Aviv weather is as unpredictable as the conference lineup.
I once broke up with someone for calling me a “Zionist pig.” Let’s call him Nir. We met through mutual friends,
One of my favorite crafts when I was a little kid was string art. I remember my fourth-grade teacher helping me pound nails into a...
Ashkenazi Jews in the shtetl believed that proud talk when a pregnancy barely was established would invite catastrophe.
Today I called my mother. She didn’t answer me. She probably was busy with something more important. There was a time when one of her....
One of the most coveted fashion accessories worn at outdoor festivals is the floral crown. But it’s not just for the likes of...
In “As You Like It,” Shakespeare has Jaques recite a famous monologue on the ages of man: a mewling, puking infant, whining schoolboy,
Sooner or later in life, nearly everyone needs to stop working for a salary. Yet retirement is a trauma for many.
The world is getting older — not just the cosmos, but the people in it. In the West, at least, younger people are reproducing less...
Even if you happen to live in a trailer, Shuki Shlomi will convince you that you need a Persian rug. Rugs of all shapes and sizes...
Since maintaining a healthy and sound body is among the ways of God — for one cannot understand the Creator if he is ill —
Sol Liber, one of the last known members of the Jewish resistance during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, died on March 21.
As a dietitian and an Orthodox Jew, I recently was asked this question: As someone who follows a kosher diet, are there any vitamins...
Key concepts within the longstanding Jewish tradition provide insight into a historical Jewish approach to health and the provision...
Three years ago, Rabbi Paul Kipnes of Congregation Or Ami in Calabasas received an out-of-the-blue text from one of his young congregants,
Eve Harow’s “insatiable curiosity,” mixed with her love of people and Israel, seems to be the perfect recipe for her chosen career...
Heading to your first Jewish wedding? Whether it’s Reform or strictly Orthodox, there are Jewish wedding traditions that you...
When a group of rabbis from across the spectrum recently were asked if Jews believe in adoption, they were unanimous in their endorsement.
Mitzi Shore, who for decades ran The Comedy Store, the legendary club on the Sunset Strip, died on April 11 following a long battle...
Erez Kaganovitz has the sort of face that immediately puts you at ease. His smile is arresting. It reaches his dusty green eyes,
Sol Liber, one of the last known members of the Jewish resistance during the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising, died on March 21.
If you’ve seen the recent advertisements for the upcoming Los Angeles Jewish Film Festival, you might have noticed this year’s logo graphic,
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