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Lisa Klug

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Sarah Benor’s Jewish Language Website Offers Virtual Seder Tips

When the haggadah asks: “How is this night different from all other nights?” this year’s unprecedented answers are painfully obvious. With everyone on lockdown, the coronavirus defies...

Israeli Musical Innovator Idan Raichel on Inspiration and Innovation

Idan Raichel, a pioneer of Israeli world music, has collaborated with more than 150 international musicians as part of his “Idan Raichel Project” with...

Sara Erenthal’s Public Art Projects

With phrases such as “Move forward,” “Listen carefully,” “Make art from your heart” and “Woman, speak up,” Sara Erenthal invites observers of her art...

A ‘Shark Tank’ Win for Local Resident’s Vegan Corned Beef

Within a year of perfecting her vegan corned beef, Los Angeles resident Jenny Goldfarb has leveraged a widespread hankering for plant-based alternatives into a burgeoning business. The home...

Pico Shul Fighting Neighborhood Oil

Unpleasant odors wafting into Rabbi Yonah Bookstein’s office sometimes prompt closing the windows. The stench is not from exhaust typically clogging the heavily trafficked...

Hamas Rockets Won’t Stop Eurovision

When Netta Barzilai won the Eurovision Song Contest in Lisbon last year with her hit song, “Toy,” the triumph earned Israel the right to...

Jonah Sanderson Reacts to Poway Shooting With ‘The Time Is Now’ Initiative

After the April 27 shooting at Chabad of Poway, Beverly Hills Temple of the Arts rabbinic intern Jonah Sanderson launched a community-wide appeal. Heartbroken...

When It Comes to Matchmaking, ‘Bubbies Know Best’

When Jewish Life Television (JLTV) brainstormed a new matchmaking show where the matchmakers are Jewish grandmother-types, it didn’t take long to find the right...

‘Portraits of Hope’ Comes to Downtown L.A.

Brothers Bernie and Ed Massey have dropped a whole lot of color on the Los Angeles Convention Center. Their gigantic splash of geometric shapes...

Duvid Swirsky: Art Imitating Life Imitating Art

The son of Americans who moved to Israel, Duvid Swirsky grew up without a television, phone or refrigerator. But, there was a record player,...

Géza Röhrig: The Hungarian, Orthodox Jewish Movie Star

If Géza Röhrig’s trajectory is an anomaly in his native Hungary, it is even more so in Hollywood. The former boxer and punk rocker...

Erin Stutland: Manifesting Through Movement

If your New Year commitments need buttressing, mantras can help. So says fitness expert, coach and TV host Erin Stutland.  A former professional dancer and...

Jewish Groups Scramble to Aid Camp Fire Evacuees

As the death toll and damage estimates continue to rise from the Camp Fire in Northern California, Jewish organizations are scrambling to respond to the...

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Socially Distant Bagels Seeking Roses Amid Thorns

Zooming from different parts of Los Angeles, Erin and Esther look to pop culture for strength. After remembering songwriter Adam Schlesinger ("Crazy Ex-Girlfriend", "That...

Adam Sandler Salutes Doctors and Nurses in ‘Quarantine Song’

Adam Sandler added a new tune to his catalog of comedy songs in an appearance on “The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,” paying tribute...

‘Ask the Rabbi’ Online Class Zoombombed With Anti-Semitic Remarks, Nudity

A recent “Ask the Rabbi” online class for a private New York Orthodox girls’ high school was Zoombombed. CBS News reported on April 2 that...

Life Social Distancing in Les Baux

Well, it’s a fine day here in Les Baux and yeah, yeah, yeah, ok enough of the Garrison Keiler talk because something huge has...

Coronavirus Cinema: Where to Watch Free Movies and Series at Home

Although movie theaters are closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, digital screening rooms are open for business, offering the self-isolating public new and catalog...
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