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JewishBoston.com's "The Wandering Is Over Haggadah" Free PDF Download

JewishBoston.com's "The Wandering Is Over Haggadah" Free PDF Download

Hosting a seder? Thinking about Passover? JewishBoston.com can help! Enjoy your own "The Wandering Is Over Haggadah," downloadable right here. This contemporary Haggadah takes about... Read More
The Easiest Hamentashen Recipe on the Internet

The Easiest Hamentashen Recipe on the Internet

Ten years ago, I taught my very first Sunday school class, a group of awesome sixth-graders who came twice a month to the (late, lamented)... Read More
Posted in: Food
To Eat or Not To Eat: Passover Food Guidelines

To Eat or Not To Eat: Passover Food Guidelines

It's hard to keep track of what's kosher and what's not on Passover. No bread, I understand, but what's this I hear about corn syrup?... Read More
What’s the difference between a temple, synagogue, and a shul?

What’s the difference between a temple, synagogue, and a shul?

I grew up going to a “temple.” What’s the difference between a temple, synagogue, and a shul? Essentially, these names are almost synonyms today. However,... Read More
But, what do I serve WITH the latkes?!?

But, what do I serve WITH the latkes?!?

Last December, I read an article in the food section of the New York Times (or just "The Times" if you're a Jersey girl who... Read More
Posted in: Food
Cousin Ronnie's Passover Potato Kugel

Cousin Ronnie's Passover Potato Kugel

Hosting a seder is hard work, especially if, like me, you are one person handling both the culinary and programmatic aspects of the dinner. That's... Read More
Posted in: Food
Five Passover Menus: You Pick Yours!

Five Passover Menus: You Pick Yours!

Shopping for Passover can be tricky. Depending on how strictly you’re adhering to the specific rules about what’s kosher for Passover, you may need to... Read More
Posted in: Food
Download Our Free Guide to Engaging Kids and Adults Together at Your Seder

Download Our Free Guide to Engaging Kids and Adults Together at Your Seder

Passover is a holiday that should be custom-made for families. The major rituals are performed at home, around the dinner table. The story underlying the... Read More
Posted in: Kids & Parenting
Passover Noodle Kugel

Passover Noodle Kugel

Love kugel and not ready to give it up for Passover? Here's a non-traditional noodle kugel. Subsitute Kosher for Passover noodles to create this take... Read More
Posted in: Food
Our son was born on Saturday. Can we have his bris on Shabbat?

Our son was born on Saturday. Can we have his bris on Shabbat?

Our son was born on Saturday. Can we have his bris on Shabbat? Less than a year ago, my husband and I were fortunate to... Read More
Posted in: Lifecycles
 
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Events

Kosher L'Pesach Jazz Brunch
Sunday, April 20, 2014

Kosher L'Pesach Jazz Brunch

Ahavath Torah Congregation
Tremont Street Shul 20s&30s
Tuesday, April 22, 2014

HametzFest

Tremont Street Shul 20s&30s
Women Working Together Job Search Strategy Group & Individual Career Coaching
Thursday, April 24, 2014

Women Working Together Job Search Strategy Group & Individual Career Coaching

Career Moves -- a division of JVS | Get Your Career Moving
Riverway Cafe
Thursday, April 24, 2014

Riverway Cafe

Riverway Project
Vilna Shul, Boston's Center for Jewish Culture
Thursday, April 24, 2014

A Bissel Schlissel Challah Baking Workshop

Vilna Shul, Boston's Center for Jewish Culture
PJ Library Topsy Turvy Pajama Shabbat
Friday, April 25, 2014

PJ Library Topsy Turvy Pajama Shabbat

Jewish Community Centers of Greater Boston
Yavilah McCoy & Alexi Parashcos "Elements of Jewish Gospel"
Saturday, April 26, 2014

Yavilah McCoy & Alexi Parashcos "Elements of Jewish Gospel"

Temple Hillel B'nai Torah
Blue & White Night
Saturday, April 26, 2014

Blue & White Night

CJP - Combined Jewish Philanthropies
The Shoah in Israeli Culture, Memory, and Politics
Sunday, April 27, 2014

The Shoah in Israeli Culture, Memory, and Politics

Schusterman Center for Israel Studies