May 26, 2019

Community

At issue is the ongoing controversy surrounding the Women’s March, Inc.’s leadership, anti-Semitic and anti-LGBTQ remarks
Tens of thousands of educators, parents and students marched, picketed and voiced their solidarity with the teachers strike against the LAUSD
JEDLAB began with just 10 educators but rapidly grew to 500 members within five months. By the end of 2018, JEDLAB’s participants numbered 10,000 worldwide.
Many gathered to attend Vital Transformation's event for those affected by the November wildfires and the Borderline shooting
A group of 10-year-olds are busy decorating wooden picture frames with markers and watercolor paints. Alongside them, men and women
More than 300 people convened at the Skirball Cultural Center on Dec. 12 for the TAU International Gala to honor Henry and Susan Samueli
Mizrahi Jews from the Middle East and North Africa have practiced pre-wedding henna ceremonies for generations.
Wedding officiant Todd Shotz takes great pride in creating meaningful one-of-a-kind Jewish wedding experiences.
On my wedding day, I made sure I packed everything I needed before heading off to the venue. Wallet? Check. Veil? Toothbrush? Headscarf? Yup. 
Jewish Free  Loan Association (JFLA) of Los Angeles has increased its personal emergency loan cap to $15,000 for those affected by the fires
The miracle of Hanukkah is one of the most well-known in Judaism. This year, why not celebrate with magic at the Happiest Place on Earth?
Instead of celebrating Hanukkah by eating latkes and sufganiyot, try baking some Sephardic and ladino treats to spice things up.
150 congregants attended the annual Hanukkah event at the San Fernando Valley Arts & Cultural Center in Tarzana, about half of them kids.
For young adults now, what does it mean to live a Jewish life? What does it mean to craft Jewish learning and own your own Jewish experience?
Growing up in Cleveland, Justine Siegal dreamed of being a professional baseball player with the Cleveland Indians.
For over a month now, de Toledo High School (dTHS) in West Hills has opened its doors and its arms to those in need.
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