By Sharon Morton
Sharing stories, teaching philanthropy, practicing social action, and demonstrating happiness are the keys to sharing Judaism with grandchildren says one grandmother.
By Marisa Elana James
When two religions share one home, can an Easter dinner feel authentic while also meeting Passover's dietary restrictions?
By Jordyn Rozensky
There are many great mazto ball soup cooks in the family, and none of them are Jewish.
By Galit Breen
A great way to encourage everyone, young and old, Jewish or not, to participate in your Passover seder.
By Stacie Garnett-Cook
Over time, Stacie's opinion on intermarriage evolved.
By Milton Davis
An American Jew and a Turkish Muslim become friends, like family really, while finding common ground.
By Debra B. Darvick
A daughter of a Methodist minister, now married to a Jewish man and raising Jewish children, finds meaning in the quick Havdalah ceremony that marks the end of the Sabbath and start of the new week.
By Rabbi Erin Polansky
At Christmastime, these righteous and generous partners in our midst are reminded of what they have given up. This year, let us acknowledge their contribution to strengthening our people. Let's remember to say thank you, not to take their involvement for granted.
By Benjamin A. Maron
Reviewing MetaMaus, an inside look at the making of, and lives that have impacted/been impacted by, Art Spiegelman's Maus.
By Heather Subba
In my interfaith partnership, life has been filled with surprises. Family visits are one of these surprises. Every year for six months, my Nepali in-laws come to live with my husband, me and our two small children.