Jesus Torres, outreach specialist for People Assisting The Homeless (PATH), said it isn’t every day he meets people like 13-year-old Ethan Rosenberg. Ethan, whose Bar...
The pandemic wasn’t going to stop their team from finding ways for teachers and students to utilize the exhibit safely.
Eger receives the honor for her work as a Jewish leader, AIDS and LGBTQ activist, author and founding rabbi of the West Hollywood Reform synagogue.
Base Movement’s rabbinic-led education and engagement model will enable Moishe House to continue to grow and integrate more direct-learning and rabbinic mentorship opportunities for young adults.
In a new round of COVID-19 relief grants, The Jewish Community Foundation of Los Angeles (The Foundation) announced on March 2 that it’s awarding...
“You don’t have to have a high school education to be part of the Jewish people.”
Rick Recht on JKids Radio Offering Families 24/7 Access to Jewish Music, Education, Purim Programming
JKids Radio, formerly known as, PJ Library Radio, has recently relaunched to become a musical kid-centric hub for Jewish music, education and inspiration 24...
Nearly 40 teens from across the United States met virtually this month to receive training focused on making Jewish communal life more inclusive for individuals with disabilities.
The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic will likely keep most Los Angeles high school students home over the next several months, but nearly 70 sophomores from...
Los Angeles native Asher Naghi never really used dating apps. After witnessing his friends put themselves out there only to remain single, Naghi, 24,...
The long-awaited Violins of Hope concert celebrating instruments rescued from the Holocaust and restored by father and son Amnon and Avshalom Weinstein will finally take place virtually Jan. 14.
After earning badges for soil conservation, robotics and pioneering, and creating a COVID-19 guide for her community, Gabbi Stein has made history.
Los Angeles Jewish Home resident and Holocaust survivor Edith Frankie was one of the first to receive her first dose of the Moderna vaccine...
This year has been devastating for the world and for the Jewish community of Los Angeles. COVID-19 closed summer camp, synagogues and businesses. It...
The distributions are part of the foundation’s effort to sustain local Jewish non-profits experiencing economic hardship because of the pandemic.
The song and music video feature the voices of 26 UVP Choir members living on Skid Row.
Speakers include Jewish lawyers, entrepreneurs, teachers, rabbis, filmmakers and comedians.
Ruth Brandt, a Los Angeles-based philanthropist, started an urgent appeal in partnership with the Giving Group Community to raise emergency funds for families in Arad, Ashkelon and Dimona.
UCLA announced on Dec. 3 the opening of its first permanent academic home for the study of American Jewish music.
Around 200 people in 80 cars gathered at Temple Ramat Zion’s parking lot in Northridge, Calif. to celebrate the sixth night of Hanukkah on...
The 30-minute drive-thru blended education, family-friendly theater and only slightly irritating bumper-to-bumper traffic.
This was part of a worldwide campaign to counter the darkness of the coronavirus pandemic by amplifying the lights of Hanukkah.
From Dec. 10 to Dec. 17, the event is aligning with the eight days of Hanukkah.
The light spectacle spans the entire Stephen Wise campus and is put on through The Lam Media Center.
Rather than gathering in person to celebrate the festival of lights, the center is putting on a virtual Hanukkah celebration on Zoom and Youtube.
Jewish Federation initiative NuRoots is making Hanukkah less lonely this year by providing virtual community experiences for young people in a COVID-friendly way.
The annual Thanksgiving Turkey Brigade looked a little different this year.
Rabbi JJ and Frumie Duchman, founders of the non-profit the Power of Youth LA (POY), know that Hanukkah tends to be an afterthought during...
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