Jane Saginaw’s ‘Because the World is Round’
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Meet the fridge dude in chief: Dillon Shipper
By Jack Toporek It’s 1 in the morning and I need a snack. It was a long day of classes and a long night of drinking. Similarly to most other
The multifaceted, multimedia career of Josh Goldberg
The TJP has followed Dallas’ own Josh Goldberg for many years, since it was clear that his talent was a rare one, back when he was a student at Ann
Mark Kreditor brings Jews’ blues to Legacy
By Deb Silverthorn The halls at The Legacy Midtown Park will soon come alive with the sound of music again. Sponsored by the Aaron Family JCC, Mark Kreditor will return
Don’t want to eat out? Here are some Mother’s Day recipes
By Tina Wasserman This Mother’s Day I have tried again to find recipes that can easily be made with a child or by a novice cook. I hate going out
Obituaries: May 10, 2023
Ruth Berkowitz FORT WORTH — Ruth Cecille Hendelman Berkowitz, born June 3, 1933, passed away peacefully Tuesday evening, May 2, 2023, surrounded by her family. She was 89. Ruth was
Which Israel are you celebrating on its 75th birthday?
By Jonathan S. Tobin (JNS) When planning for Israel’s 75th anniversary began last year, the assumption on the part of those preparing for events was that it would be just
Judicial reform is an attempted coup
By Matan Rudner At the time of this writing, Yom HaAtzmaut is upon us and as the state of Israel celebrates the 75th anniversary of her rebirth, so much feels
Israel’s 75th birthday: a story of resilience and innovation
By Bill Finkelstein Israel is a place like no other. It holds a special place in the hearts of Jews worldwide, with a strong sense of community and connection that
7 Rosh Hashanah desserts that aren’t honey cake
By Rachel MyersonThis article originally appeared on The Nosher. We’ve probably all tried various versions of lekach, or honey cake, over the years. While this iconic Rosh Hashanah treat has
Get ready for a honey of a Rosh Hashanah!
By Tina Wasserman It’s that time, everybody! When I wrote this article, it was a balmy 78 degrees with a breeze, and we are all hoping it won’t be triple
Spice up your Labor Day!
By Tina Wasserman Labor Day is the unofficial end to summer. Children are back in school, the Halloween candy is already on the supermarket shelves and a bathing suit is