You got your mishloach manot and you’re ready for the shpeil.
Go get ‘em, Esther! Rock on, Mordechai!
March 20 is going to be a good night. A great night!
According to Jewish law, you are supposed to dress, up, get drunk, and make a lot of noise. Oscar party? No - Purim!
What are you up to? If you're like us, you have young kids and you're going to synagogue for the megillah reading. If you're not like us, i.e., you're fun and cool, you'll be partying it up.
Why not snag a shirt for the big night? We have a few to choose from in our Read the article
Hey trees—happy birthday!
Wherever you are, whatever you’re doing, we hope you enjoy it. Happy Tu B’Shvat!!!
Forecast here calls for snow. 27 degrees outside. And that's just the mid-Atlantic United States! Imagine all those Jews in New York and Boston!
It certainly doesn't feel like we should be getting ready to celebrate trees, yet here we are. Tu B'Shvat's a' comin' on January 22, 2019. (Along with a lot of apostrophes.)
Tu B'Shvat honors the "new year" of trees. Some people think it's a minor holiday, but we think it's a real tree-t. Here in the US, our trees are mostly bare except in the south and west -- not including evergreens. In Israel, this is...
Happy New Year!!!
May 2019 be the best year yet. Cheers!