Dennis Wilen is a Los Angeles writer, editor, producer, and webmaster.
The Passover seder is my favorite Jewish ritual. That's probably because I come from a Pesach-loving family who customized the Haggadah, created and maintained our own traditions, and made everyone -- including "the stranger" -- feel at home. Wilen family seders famously featured silly songs, and, as we went around the table(s), a part for everyone to read, explanations for our intermarried cousins and Gentile friends, plus strict adherence to the Four Cups of Wine protocol.
Former Democratic National Committee (DNC) head and former presidential candidate Howard Dean tweeted on July 11 that the American Jewish Committee “gets no points”...
A 51-year-old Orthodox Jewish man in Brooklyn reportedly was assaulted and subjected to anti-Semitic slurs as he was walking home on July 12. The Algemeiner...
California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced on July 13 that indoor operations of various businesses statewide, including restaurants, are going to be shut down for...
This French Town Is Known for Saving Jews During WWII. It Just Elected a Far-Right Mayor Who Has Been Accused of Anti-Semitism.
He has also said he did not think 6 million Jews died in the Holocaust.
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A Wider Bridge announced the appointment of Ethan Felson.