Special Coverage

May 30, 2013

When most Israeli Jews sit down for the Passover Seder on the night of March 25, the 14th of the Hebrew month of Nisan, they’ll wait for the kids to recite Ma Nishtanah, the four questions; and they’ll pucker up to inhale the bitter herbs, relish the sweet charoset, dip herbs in saltwater, sing rousing renditions of Dayenu andChad CONTINUE »

May 30, 2013

Twenty family members, friends and neighbors file into the dining room for the annual Seder. We all know the routine: Drink the first cup of wine, munch on some veggies, break a piece of matzah and then tell the story of our exodus from Egypt. But from the moment the candles are lit on the first night of CONTINUE »

May 30, 2013

Passover is literally around the corner, beginning in the next couple days. The eight-day holiday begins officially on Monday night, when we celebrate the Jewish people being liberated from Egypt — a holiday when friends and family join together for Seders and so many more meals. All year long, we struggle to make heart-healthy food CONTINUE »

May 30, 2013

Every year, the Passover story is retold in households around the world. We tell the story of the exodus from Egypt accompanied by four cups of wine and end by toasting, “Next Year in Jerusalem!”  Providing a twist on the traditional story, this reporter investigates how wine united ancient Egypt and Israel and gives suggestions CONTINUE »