According to an audio recording of the no-on-Initiative 594 event in Silverdale, lobbyist Brian Judy said it staggers him when he meets Jewish people who are anti-gun
Don’t let the stress of the holidays mean you can’t sit and enjoy a festive Hanukkah meal with family and friends. Here are some great Seattle area shops who can help you with everything from latkes to dessert!
“Hanukkah oh Hanukkah! Come light the menorah! Let’s have a party… We’ll all dance the horah….” so the Festival of Lights song goes. Seattle has wonderful community celebrations for you and your family. Here are some of our favorites!
A Jewish police officer in Berlin could face possible disciplinary action for wearing a kippa during a demonstration.
Rosh Hashanah marks the start of a new year in the Hebrew calendar. It’s beginning of High Holy Days and a celebratory time! Blow the shofar! Dip an apple in some honey for a sweet year ahead. And head to synagogue on September 16 and 17. Here’s where you can find services in the Puget Sound area.
The 17th annual AJC Seattle Jewish Film Festival (SJFF), March 15 – 25, is a 10-day international cinematic exploration and celebration of Jewish life, global cultures, identity, history and filmmaking for everyone.
If you are looking for a place to celebrate this Passover, there are many places around the Sound hosting seders. You will want to make reservations as soon as possible, as seating is limited in many locations. Here are some local venues you might check out:
Challah is a shabbat favorite in Jewish homes, but many people enjoy the slightly sweet, braided egg bread with dinner or for breakfast as french toast or with jam. Here are some of our favorite local bakeries where you can find this delicious traditional bread.
Purim is a festive celebration of the Jewish deliverance from the Persians as told in the Book of Esther. Kids and adults alike can dress up in costume, eat delicious foods and make charitable gifts to others. Here is where you can find a Purim celebration in Puget Sound.
Rosh Hashanah marks the start of a new year in the Hebrew calendar. It’s beginning of High Holy Days and a celebratory time! Blow the shofar! Dip an apple in some honey for a sweet year ahead. And head to synagogue. Here’s where you can find services in the Puget Sound area on September 28 and 29.