The three brothers say they try to never forget that SukkahCo. is more than a business; it is also a mitzvah.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center hosted a candle-lighting ceremony at the Museum of Tolerance’s Memorial Plaza on September 10 commemorating the 20th anniversary of the 9/11 terror attacks.
In recognition of the one-year anniversary of the U.S.-brokered Abraham Accords, Israel’s first treaties with Arab governments in a quarter-century, the Consulate General of Israel brought the Jewish celebration to the campus of Harkham Hillel Hebrew Academy.
Rabbi Brad Artson was in his mid-30s when he and his wife, Ilana, began to notice some behavioral anomalies in one of their twin children.
For Joel’s entire childhood, his father, Nathan Poremba, had deflected Joel’s persistent questions about World War II.
In late July, the synagogue leadership of B’nai David-Judea approached Alissa Thomas-Newborn, their community’s Rabbanit since 2015, and suggested she take a leave of absence.
David Siegel, President of the pro-Israel group Friends of the European Leadership (ELNET), discussed the latest regarding Europe’s relationship with Israel and how European countries are combating antisemitism in a sit-down interview with the Journal.
When Rabbi Yossi Eilfort got his rabbinic ordination in 2012, his life plan and passion was to serve the Jewish community as a rabbi and teacher.
When the COVID-19 pandemic started, Registered Nurse Boaz Hepner, who works at Providence Saint John’s Health Center, took to the Jewish Journal blogs to write about best practices for staying healthy.
Masih Alinejad, the prolific New York-based Iranian women’s rights activist and journalist who was at the center of a recent kidnapping attempt by Iranian operatives, will speak as part of a “Living Sermon” during Yom Kippur services at the Beverly Hills Temple of the Arts at the Saban Theatre on Wilshire Boulevard.
Anti-Defamation League (ADL) Los Angeles hosted a webinar with various law enforcement officials on August 26 providing an overview of antisemitism in the country and law enforcement’s role in handling such matters.
On South Beverly Drive in Beverly Hills, Al’s Newsstand is open for business each weekday at 6:30 A.M.
Twenty civic leaders representing city, county, state and federal government participated in The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles’ annual Rosh Hashanah gathering titled “Hear Our Voices: Reflections and Visions for the New Year A Rosh Hashanah Celebration With Civic Leaders” on Monday, Aug. 30.
It was neither accidental nor incidental that the Consulate General of Israel in Los Angeles co-sponsored a 20-foot by 50-foot mural unveiled last month in Koreatown that portrayed a Korean young woman.
Hoping to prevent any outbreaks of COVID-19 while keeping students and staff on campus this year,
A true educator of young children understands what is happening inside of a child’s brain that really lays the foundation for a higher order of thinking for skills they will need later on.
Vista Del Mar Child and Family Services has opened the Glorya Kaufman Performing Arts Center (GKPAC), a multi-use, award-winning, 299-seat theatre where local and national performers will display their artistry with diverse audiences and Vista students.
For Jewish entrepreneurs such as Rabbi Shimon Kraft, last year’s timing of the onset of the pandemic—three weeks ahead of the heavy-selling holiday of Passover—was a gut punch.
For one rare Sunday afternoon, families whose children are confronting serious illnesses and diseases converted the YULA High School campus into a whole new world of excitement and energy.
For chef and entrepreneur Lenny Nourafchan, the path to the American dream begins with Israeli food and ends with Mexican cuisine.
These opportunities galvanized American Jews to step up boldly and in alignment with our values to serve our communities and our neighbors.
One of the best-known Torah learning centers in Los Angeles, the LINK Kollel, has moved into new, more spacious—and more visible—quarters in the heart of the Pico-Robertson neighborhood.
It makes sense to consider the proud Moroccan roots of the 300 member families of Em Habanim Sephardic Congregation, housed in a large, two-story brick structure in Valley Village.
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