November 18, 2019 - 20 Cheshvan 5780


Parisian bombing the climactic tipping point of novel

Mordechai Ben-Dat reviews Rue des Rosiers by Canadian poet and author Rhea Tregebov.

New book explores history of Jews in Manitoba medicine

Winnipeg correspondent Myron Love speaks with author Eva Wiseman about her latest book, Healing Lives: A Century of Manitoba Jewish Physicians.

Snowy weather inspires colourful recipes from Israel

In this week's The Shabbat Table column, Barbara Silverstein gathers some yummy Israeli recipes that'll brighten up your day.


EU court deals blow to Psagot’s West Bank winery

The lawyer who represents Psagot Winery believes a recent decision by the Court of Justice of the European Union will likely be seen as legal ammunition by opponents of the West Bank winery in Canada, and may also prompt BDS advocates to ramp up pressure for a full-scale boycott of Israeli products.


Living Jewish


In modern TV shows, death isn’t the end of the world

In this week's Pop Culture column, Michael Fraiman looks at The Good Place and the now defunct Amazon Prime Video show, Forever.

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