February 20, 2019

Debra L. Eckerling

A group of 10-year-olds are busy decorating wooden picture frames with markers and watercolor paints. Alongside them, men and women
Wedding officiant Todd Shotz takes great pride in creating meaningful one-of-a-kind Jewish wedding experiences.
Jewish Free  Loan Association (JFLA) of Los Angeles has increased its personal emergency loan cap to $15,000 for those affected by the fires
For over a month now, de Toledo High School (dTHS) in West Hills has opened its doors and its arms to those in need.
After losing their home in the Camp Fire in Northern Cali, this couple had to put their dreams and Hanukkah planning on hold. 
Master chef Michael Solomonov and restaurateur Steven Cook introduced Angelenos to their latest cookbook, “Israeli Soul.” 
In the aftermath of the Woolsey Fire, the new normal for those who have been able to return home, and actually have a home to return to,  
As the fires blazed Nov. 9 in Thousand Oaks, residents from the Motion Pictures Home were among those who needed to be evacuated.
Given their growing tech ecosystems, it seems only natural that Israeli startups and Los Angeles’ Silicon Beach should come together
As the fires continued to rage through Southern California, members of the Jewish community took to social media to share their thoughts
Among the thousands of residents evacuated from their homes in the deadly Southern California wildfires, Rabbi Ron Li-Paz
Lindsey Cooper and Laura Berman’s wedding plans on Nov. 10 at Point Dume Beach near their Malibu home, literally went up in smoke.
As fires raged through Southern Cali, thousands of families evacuated and the Jewish community stepped up to provide shelter and support.
As the two wildfires continue to grow in Ventura and Los Angeles counties, so does the need for support. In response, Congregation Or Ami
The Jewish Education Project, that empowers leaders and educators, hosted a webinar titled “Responding to Pittsburgh: Helping Jewish Children
While the L.A. community has come together to honor victims, parents are asking, “How do we talk to our children about this terrible tragedy?”  
A 17-year-old who came up with an innovative way to connect teenagers with Holocaust survivors has received a $1,500 grant for his project
At the outbreak of the Second Lebanon War in 2006, Noam Gershony was serving in the Israel Defense Forces as an Apache helicopter pilot
Like B’Nai Mitzvot, voting is a rite of passage. This idea was the seed for what became MitzVote, Hillel International’s nonpartisan
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