February 21, 2019

Debra L. Eckerling

Like B’Nai Mitzvot, voting is a rite of passage. This idea was the seed for what became MitzVote, Hillel International’s nonpartisan
The 10th annual Reel Recovery Film Festival & Symposium (RRFF), which runs through Oct. 30 in Los Angeles, describes itself as a
“I am not looking for empowering female characters,” Maggie Gyllenhaal told audiences on Oct. 11 at the fourth annual Women in Entertainment
What is life? According to Alex Kerten, it’s movement, rhythm, expression and energy. Kerten, founder of the Gyro-Kinetics Center
The concept of helping others is ingrained in the Jewish faith. There are plenty of places where people can make a difference in Los Angeles.
Tamara Miller brings a wealth of experience to her new role as principal of Brawerman East Elementary School
For Jewish educator Bruce Powell, the keys to teaching and creating well-rounded Jewish children include modeling good values and kindness
How should students in the 21st century be educated? It’s a question that Milken Community Schools educators are taking seriously
RespectAbility’s 2018 nationwide Faith and Disability Inclusion survey confirmed what President Jennifer Laszlo Mizrahi already suspected
Somehow Krav Maga, the self-defense and fighting discipline created by the Israel Defense Forces (IDF), has emerged as a huge hit worldwide
The venue was a conference room in the Jewish Community Foundation building on Wilshire Boulevard, the occasion was a luncheon,
For these people, there are ways around this obstacle in the 21st century: welcome to streaming online services.
Many years in the making, the Napa Center for Thought & Culture finally made its debut over the summer.
As we celebrate Tu b’Av, the Jewish festival of love, who better to speak with than dating expert Julie Spira? 
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