What has primitive medieval anti-Semitism got to do with us, here, now? The Passion Play, or Easter pageant, is … Read More

Living Underground Before the Romans? 2,000-year-old Rooms Found by Western Wall

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High-Stakes Rescue Saves Jewish Artist Stranded at Sea for Weeks

  A last-ditch effort in the Caribbean saves the life of Israeli seafarer stranded by the coronavirus It was eerily … Read More

Free Virtual Wine Events Bring An Insider’s View of Israeli Wine Culture w/ Tastings, Tours, Cooking, Give-aways & more

  Join Wine Experts, Winemakers, and Celebrity Chefs in a 24-Part Series Celebrating All Things Israeli Wine- Through July 5th … Read More

In Memory of Rabbi Dr. Masliah Asher (Prosper) Murciano, A”H

  Rabbi M. Asher Murcianopassed away peacefully at home on May 8th. As the name “Murciano” indicates, the Rabbi was … Read More


                       Of the legions of stories of World War II and the Holocaust that shape our understanding of those … Read More

May 8th, 1945

  May 8th VE Day, is the anniversary of the end of the Second World War in 1945. It marks the … Read More

The Girl in the Blue Sweater: One Pandemic later

    It was a year ago that I was seated across from Helena Weinrauch at a friend’s second-night seder. … Read More

Israel launches ingenious zero-exposure Covid-19 test kiosks

Developers offer to share details of new ground-breaking contact-free testing kiosks with health organizations worldwide. Unique Covid-19 testing kiosks in … Read More

a.K.a Designs creates “Luv2therescue” Face Masks and Surgical Caps to help‎ Frontline heroes combat Covid-19—- ‎Designer Alexandra Koutrakos

With 15 years of experience in Fashion Merchandising, my husband and I moved to the South Boston area in search … Read More