by Nadine Paull Passover. A holiday that, for so many of us, means large meals with family and the end of sandwiches as we know them for what feels like ages. Past experiences with this breadless holiday have taught me some valuable lessons in navigating the traditions. Always sit next to your favorite
by Nadine Paull National Doctor’s Day provides one nationally recognized day of the year to show our appreciation for our doctors. Here are 5 facts you may not already know about this special day, and this lifesaving profession! 1. National Doctor’s Day is always celebrated on March 30th, commemorating the very first use
by Amanda Satsky Purim is rapidly approaching, and we’re getting excited for intricate costumes, games, dancing, and carnival-like celebrations. However, there’s one aspect of Purim that we just can’t get enough of: hamantaschen. Why do Jews eat hamantaschen pastries on Purim, you may ask? First, to commemorate the Jews’ escape from evil Haman’s grasp.
by Amanda Satsky The quest for a mate is not typically a quick fix, ask-and-you-shall-receive sort of adventure. There’s no ‘choose your own ending’ safety net. In fact, it has the potential to be a veritable obstacle course of social standards, trial and error, perfect timing, first impressions, and understanding what it is you actually
by Rachel Cohen Heart-shaped candy, dinner and a movie, and endless displays of love are a hot topic for the month of February. While exchanging cards and over-sized teddy bears might be the classic way to show love, we think 2015 is the year for innovation! Here are 5 unique ways to show affection
We weren’t content to end 2014 without a memorable JScreen video. So in December we teamed up with Emory University’s Jewish A Capella group, ChaiTunes. A flair for singing is certainly in their DNA! Equipped with hilariously reimagined lyrics for Billy Joel’s ‘For the Longest Time’ and a sizable mischievous streak, we created what can