Local organizations unite in an effort to “pay it forward.”
Congregation Shir Ha-Ma’alot traces Sefer Torah roots and more.
Evita tango waltzes into the Segerstrom with Josh Young as Che.
URJ Camps offer more than fun.
Here’s a selection of the year’s best Jewish books.
Give the gift of Jewish camp this Chanukah.
George Bush and Jews for Jesus
Hillel at 90 and More
Conflux of holidays leaves more questions than answers.
Winning $12,000 Grant and More
Premiere of movie, featuring discussion with director, is November 24.
What I learned when I seceded to adopt an Israeli family.
How far have Jerusalem and Washington diverged on Iran?
Segerstrom Center’s 2013 – 2014 chamber music series opens with Grammy® Award-winning Pacifica Quartet and pianist Marc-André Hamelin.
The answer is found in Genesis.
That 10 a.m. meal is a big deal.
Measure Iranian policy not by seductive words, but rather by concrete deeds.
Farewell to the Fabulous Palm Springs Follies
The Jewish Calendar: Panorama of a People’s History, Art and Spirit
Volunteers pitch in with huge event.
High Holy Days begin September 4.
Jewish donors are generous, especially to non-Jewish causes.
Author Speaks on Armenian Genocide at CBI and more
Will Jewish day schools, using Israeli technology, go from textbooks to tablets?
From Constantinople to California, from 1825 to today: the Merage Jewish Community Center celebrates the history of the Maccabi Games.
Seemingly ordinary act leads to Shabbat magic.
Scandals breed anti-Semitic behavior.
First fund tracking BlueStar Flagship Index begins trading.
Irvine’s Steven Hirsch stars in Fiddler at Saddleback.
Past brain activation revealed in scans
CAMERA sends campus activists on free Israel study trip.
Consul general talks about humanitarian, technically savvy Israel. Pic: Consul General Davd Siegel gave Rabbi Daviud Eliezrie and an audience of more than 100 people a briefing about Israel on May 19.
JCC and University Synagogue join community service event.
It’s not such a beautiful day in Israel’s neighborhood.
Election results leave a bad taste.
Women’s Shabbat brings congregational community together.
Intersection of two holidays offers interesting recipe possibilities.
Series blends Jewish learning with spirits tasting.
The Orange County community mourns losses.
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