The D.C. Jews on Bikes founder demands more from her Jewish life than a mandate for Jewish babies.
Yonatan Belik, born in Israel to Jewish Australian parents, met a girl and fell in love, just as his parents wanted for him. But then he told them his girlfriend, Heba, was U.S.-Palestinian, something his parents could not, at first, get past. Belik, along with six others, told his very personal story to a filled… Read More
Sofie Jacobs was in third grade when she and her mother began a tradition. They started writing to each other. “I had this huge crush on the guy that sat next to me in class,” says Sofie, now 20, on what gave her the idea to start journaling. “It was my first crush and I… Read More
Holocaust survivors from Iasi, Romania, for the first time are eligible for Holocaust reparations from the German government, following negotiations between Germany and the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany, which handles German reparations. Healthcare funding for all survivors was increased by millions of dollars. Specifically, the 2018 in-home services budget will increase from… Read More
While strawberries are the essence of summer, they are as fleeting as the season. Once you buy strawberries, you must consume them in a couple of days or they turn from crisp, plump ruby berries to soft, withered, watery specimens. But there are ways to prolong the lifespan of strawberries. Before buying them, examine the… Read More