I think my Bubby called my cell phone last shabbos. The first problem is that she did not leave a message so I do not know for sure. The second issue is that she died 14 years ago. Ironically, the issue of her calling on shabbos is actually not a problem at all.
The Norwich blood libel was history’s first to target Jews. Could recent archaeological finds shed some much needed light on this tragic event?
Fights over the spelling of “Knaidel”, the shape of bourekas and if we can put keys into challah? It seems like the Jewish community has forgotten that there are true problems facing our society.
Savitsky talks with criminal defense attorney Ben Brafman about what it means to be a Jew and how to make a Kiddush Hashem.
Savitsky talks with BJ Rosenfeld about her new book “The Chameleon in the Closet “which is reviewed in the fall issue of Jewish Action.
How we can use our experiences from Sandy to help the victims in Oklahoma.
Savitsky talks with Tamir Goodman about his basketball career and his new book.
This is the live broadcast of the Nachum Segal Network from the Orthodox Union’s 4th Jewish Communities Fair which took place on Sunday, April 21st, 2013. The fair, which had over 1,300 in attendance offered information and resources to families and individuals wishing to improve their quality of life by relocating to affordable Jewish Communities.
Why does it take the death of a 12-year-old girl to bring us all together? Surely there are events, programs, commemorations, or speakers for which we can gather even more people with a sense of unity and cohesiveness.
Which is what these newcomers to Jacksonville did, after learning about the area at the OU’s Jewish Communities Fair