By Gerri Miller
Profile of Natalhia Ramos, one of the stars of Bratz, a musical comedy based on the popular dolls.
By Nate Bloom
It's beginning to sound a lot like Christmas. And many of the season's biggest/most annoying hits were written by Jewish songwriters.
By Charlotte Gordon
Daughter of an interfaith family who converted to Judaism in adulthood still feels awkward with Jewish ritual.
By Pat Sherman
Review of three children's books: Papa Jethro, Always an Olivia: A Remarkable Family Story and The Latke Who Couldn't Stop Screaming: A Christmas Story.
By Jane Larkin
I thought if I used the ideas from my interfaith parenting group, the conversation would be easy. I was wrong.
By Rebecca Yackley
I don't look Jewish, but I am. My mom is, too, and my dad is Catholic. My interfaith family life is
By Alina Adams
The only one who can explain to my son what it means to be the child of a Soviet-born Jewish writer and a Harlem-raised African-American engineer the way that I want it explained, is me.
By Monica Raymond
A film about a Puerto Rican family at Christmas features Debra Messing as a Jewish daughter-in-law.
By Rabbi Steven Carr Reuben
If one parent is a believing Christian and the other is a practicing Jew, how can they talk to their children about the ways that Christianity and Judaism are different?
By Lindsey Silken
Teens direct three short films for the San Francisco Jewish Film Festival about their complicated families and the Jewish holidays.