Mishmash

paginated
St. Martin’s Press, 250 pages
BY By Denise Phillips
September 29, 2014

With the cooking crush of Rosh Hashanah in the rearview mirror and the next holiday of Yom Kippur fast approaching (pun intended), the next few days offer the opportunity to ponder your Sukkot menu. And if you intend to serve meat, the Prue Leith-trained chef behind one of the newest kosher cookbooks to hit the CONTINUE »

September 29, 2014

The Jewish Women’s Foundation of the Greater Palm Beaches plans to become the first of 24 national Jewish women’s funds affiliated with a local federation to establish itself as an autonomous organization. “Twelve years ago, an insightful and committed group of forward-thinking Jewish women came together to implement a new philanthropic model for affecting social CONTINUE »

September 29, 2014

David Friedman: I am going to be less judgmental and more accepting of the community at large. I want to be a better Jew. Francis Reitberger: I want to keep in touch with my family from Israel and abroad. Even though they are far away, I want to keep those relationships close to my heart. Kimberly Jacobs: I CONTINUE »

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September 11, 2014

Hen Huberman: I love it when the leaves change. Tal Huberman: I don’t like the Fall. I prefer the Spring. Wendy Klausner: I am most excited about the Walk for Autism in October. Want to place an order online? Visit www.goldbergsbagels.net now.CONTINUE »

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BY Joshua Runyan
September 11, 2014

By Lesléa Newman Abrams Books for Young Readers, 48 pages A holiday-specific children’s book is always a good bet for those looking to soothe a tired toddler in the days before Rosh Hashanah, but in writing “Here is the World,” author Lesléa Newman is taking a different approach to Jewish bedtime reading. By focusing on CONTINUE »