Month: September 2020

What’s for Dinner Tonight?

September 10, 2020

September 2020 What’s for Dinner Tonight? Meet Jane Lazare from Cheshire, England, author of the cookbook, What’s for Dinner Tonight?  Jane initially set up a Facebook group of the same name to keep friends connected and entertained throughout lockdown. Membership quickly ballooned to almost 2,000, hailing from as far as New York and Miami. As the…

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Victoria Grinman and the honor of serving in the IDF

September 10, 2020

September 2020 Victoria Grinman and the honor of serving in the IDF Nineteen-year-old Victoria Grinman knows about being presented with challenges.  At age seven on a trip to the US to visit her grandparents, Victoria and her family were involved in a head-on collision. Victoria was rushed unconscious to a local hospital where doctors did…

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Lessons from the pandemic: The importance of the simple act of breathing

September 10, 2020

September 2020 Lessons from the pandemic: The importance of the simple act of breathing As we come to the end of the Jewish year 5780 and approach Rosh Hashana, we recognize how the past year has brought the simple act of breathing to the forefront of global consciousness. The pandemic has compelled us all to…

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