December 11, 2018 - 3 Tevet 5779

Living Jewish

Nobel Prize and the Jews

When looking at why so many Jews have excelled at the Nobels, one must tread – and surf – very carefully. You can find yourself mired in Jewish websites, which not only take pride in these accomplishments but also take a swipe at other ethnic groups who have not fared as well.

The Shabbat Table – Holiday celebration breads!

In this week's edition of The Shabbat Table, Norene Gilletz gives you some quick and easy challah recipes.

Have we reached peak tikun olam?

Many on the left see the term as a fundamental aspect of Judaism, while some on the right say it's a bastardization of the religion.

Eight (or so) Variations on Maoz Tzur

In the second part of his Maoz Tzur series, Mark Mietkiewicz gives you videos of some of his favourite renditions of the Hanukkah standard.


Israeli, Palestinian doctors promote joint health initiative

Two doctors recently completed a North American speaking tour, to build support for Project Rozana, an international organization that works with Israelis and Palestinians to promote peace through health-care initiatives.


The Secretive Jews of Madrid

While the Spanish capital is home to several thousand Jews, they aren't easy to find. And there's a good reason for that.


Dear Rabby: The light at the end of the divorce tunnel

In this month's edition of Dear Rabby, Rabbi Yisroel Bernath looks at how to best address divorce.

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