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Dedicated by Moris and Lillian Tabacinic · In loving memory of Menachem Mendel and Shaindel Tabacinic
Jewish History
The ancient enemy of the Israelites, who lives on as a metaphor for scoffing and doubt.
Jewish News
CTeen gatherings give young people an opportunity to express their grief

There is a quiet happiness: an inner sense of bliss, the innocent joy of a small child, one of wonderment and gratitude. It is a happiness to carry with you at all times.

Then there are those seasons when happiness blooms for all to see, bursting out in song, in dance, in celebration. A festival, a wedding, a time to...

Jewish.tv
We live in a world where people are cooking less and less, yet are fascinated by the art of cooking. What is it about food that so intrigues us and draws us together? How do we uplift our food and...
Kabbalah Online
The fundraiser requested fine clothes and a horse and carriage before setting out on his trip.
Jewish.tv
Growing Weekly: Parshat Terumah
The Jewish Woman
Should I find another profession? Maybe I’m just not cut out to be a teacher.
The Jewish Woman
I was working out on the treadmill, and my son was looking at me strangely. “But what’s the point, Mommy?” he asked. “Why are you walking if you’re not even going anywhere?”
Jewish News
Two grief-stricken towns remember their children, hoping to channel anguish into positive change
Jewish Holidays
Known as a month of celebration and happiness, Adar contains the joyous holiday of Purim. But that isn’t the only thing that makes Adar special.
And there arose not a prophet since in Israel like Moses, whom G-d knew face to face; [who equaled] all the signs and wonders, which G-d had sent him to perform in the land of Egypt, to Pharaoh and all his servants, and to all his land; and all the strong hand, and all the great awe, which Moses performed before the eyes of all Israel
– Deuteronomy 34:10-12
Moses Completes the Torah (1273 BCE)
Moses completed the book of Deuteronomy, concluding his review of the Torah which he began several... Read More »
First Print of Torah with Onkelos & Rashi (1482)
The first edition of the Five Books of Moses (Torah) with the Targum Onkelos (Aramaic translation of... Read More »
Passing of R. Shmaryahu Gurary (1989)
Rabbi Shmaryahu Gurary ("Rashag") was born in 1898; his father, a wealthy businessman and erudite... Read More »
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