By Jane Larkin
She didn't celebrate Sukkot growing up, but it's just perfect for her young interfaith family to express gratitude for their garden and nature.
By J.J. Goldberg
The most intriguing messages of Shavuot--Intermarriage! Open borders! Socialism!--don't get advertised because they don't follow today's approved script.
Feast of Weeks? What does that mean? Here's a handy pamphlet to print or email to friends that explains a holiday with special meaning for interfaith families.
By Diana Zankowsky
A minor holiday with special resonance for women provides an opportunity to reach out to all members of the community, including non-Jewish women.
By Edmon J. Rodman
Thanksgiving? Yeah, it's a Jewish holiday. It's everyone's holiday!
By Elana Roth
Review of Laurel Snyder's Baxter, the Pig Who Wanted to Be Kosher. A story about a confused pig - and inclusivity.
No two Jews have the same Shabbat rules. As long as you don't work on Shabbat, you're keeping the Sabbath.
Explanation and history of Tu Bishvat, new year of the trees according to the Jewish calendar, and its customs.
By Rabbi Barbara Aiello
My parents had seen hatred and cruelty and had been on the receiving end of anti-Semitism. They were forever grateful to live in America.
Recipes for making hamantaschen, a Purim favorite.