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Russian-speaking young Jews from the Former Soviet Union came together and experienced Israel throug

Russian-speaking Jews in Los Angeles have a new place they can call home

Moishe House is "a place where young adults in their 20s come together and create vibrant Jewish communities."

Kosher Palate, a kosher restaurant in Dallas, prepares thousands of free hot meals to serve to Ortho

In a Texas battered by cold, Jewish communities join a desperately needed response

So far, the group has gotten aid to seniors and people without electricity. Synagogues and their congregants are offering shelter to those without power.

By ANDREW LAPIN/JTA
19/02/2021
Mati Esther Engel, bottom right, a performance artist, ritualist and spiritual care practitioner, sp

Innovative Jewish groups seek respect from the mainstream

The mainstream synagogues in town view Kesher Pittsburgh as direct competition.

By GARY ROSENBLATT
19/02/2021
MEN PRAY outside during the third nationwide COVID-19 lockdown, in Bnei Brak on Thursday. (Yossi Zel

How COVID changed Jewish life

Our very communities have changed.

Silo Cafe initiative

Jerusalem cafe launches community initiative to feed those in need

Silo Cafe, located in Jerusalem's First Station, has launched a community kitchen project that offers restaurant-quality meals to locals on a pay what you can (PWYC) basis.

Celebrating 20 years of JIC

Jewish International Connection has its annual gala on Sunday, December 6th at 8 p.m. Israel, 1 p.m. EST.

By JODI SAMUELS
30/11/2020
US President Donald Trump taps the screen on a mobile phone at the approximate time a tweet was rele

Trump will lose special Twitter protections in January

Twitter has added multiple warnings and labels to tweets from the @realDonaldTrump account, including many since Tuesday's election that made unfounded allegations of voting fraud.

By REUTERS
08/11/2020
A poster, made up of the neighbors of the new apartment, welcoming its inauguration and new resident

Shalva dedicates an apartment for disabled adults, promotes integration

Kalman Samuels, Shalva's founder and president, thanked his "partners" in Gush Etzion and Efrat, adding that, "With the anchor you've provided, we will continue to build."

A Jewish way of recycling

How the good-hearted people of Israel have popularized giving via the ‘gemach’

By Rivkah Lambert Adler
14/10/2020

MAKOM and JNF find creative ways to help communities fight COVID

“There has been great cooperation... It connects us to our roots. The older members of the community are the roots, we are just the branches, but they are the roots.”

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