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WAITSFIELD, Vt. – I did not know what to expect when I walked down to the Old City of Jerusalem in time for the 7 a.m. Rosh Hodesh (new moon/new month) service on May 10. I had no trouble finding my way through the Old City as I was surrounded by … more
COVENTRY – Sheila Gold began making wine as a hobby, one that her son Andrew hoped would comfort her several years after the death of her husband, Dr. Benson Gold in 1996.  That sense of comfort and warmth still informs all of the activities at … more
PAWTUCKET – I have a friend who will not travel because of bedbugs. We’d say she’s meshugga (crazy), yet her fear has made me a little crazy, too. more
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (JTA) – Things haven’t changed much since 1580, when British sailor Sir Francis Drake described this city on South Africa’s southwestern coast as “the fairest Cape in the whole circumference of the earth.” more
TEL AVIV (JTA) – When the artisanal restaurant Suzanna opened here in 1995, it faced a eucalyptus grove and an abandoned building. more
TEL AVIV (JTA) – Sprawled across a land area that comprises more than half of Israel, the Negev Desert has long been viewed as a vital national resource. more
SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A group of 75-year-old Jewish women is still getting together, even after all these years. more
ALLON, West Bank (JTA) – Wearing a brown tunic and headscarf, a man who introduces himself as Eliezer invites visitors to sit on low benches covered by carpet in a makeshift Bedouin tent. more
WASHINGTON, D.C. – On Friday, Oct.11, the National Archives will unveil a new exhibition, “Discovery and Recovery: Preserving Iraqi Jewish Heritage.” more
PROVIDENCE – In September of my fifth year, my parents returned to America after living in Jerusalem for seven years. My mother, a Hebrew teacher by profession and a dedicated Hebraist, was anxious that we remember the feel of Hebrew on our … more
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