Natalie Portman's Directorial Debut & Paper Towns' Nat WolffBy Gerri Miller
See how Portman is making her big splash in Israel and don't miss Paper Towns with Nat WolffGo To Pop Culture
Hanukkah ends tonight, but the Christmas season is already in full steam. In the coming weeks, we'll be publishing numerous stories about Christmas. Next week many of our stories will focus on the relationship between Jesus and Judaism.
Read on for a roundup of articles from the past two weeks...
Elizabeth Tragash is Jewish. So's her husband. So what are they doing with a Christmas tree in their living room?
A Jewish atheist tries to cope with her husband's crèche, in Rebecca Gopoian's Going Nativity.
Zack Kushner calls the connections between all things God. His wife calls them science. The question is not, "Can they agree?" but "Do they already?" Read more in I Say Tomato, You Say Deoxyribonucleic Acid.
On the eve of its biennial conference starting tomorrow, the Reform movement has released the preliminary results of a study of its members. As reported by Sue Fishkoff, the survey found a major disconnect between temple leaders and temple members and that Reform Jews under 40 are more observant than their parents.
Learn about the wonderful program from PJ Library that provides free Jewish children's books for families with young kids, in Bedtime Stories, by Jacob Berkman.
The beauty (Jane Seymour) and the boob (Marc Cuban) led the Jewish lineup on "Dancing with the Stars." Read more in the latest installment of Nate Bloom's Interfaith Celebrities.
Nathalia Ramos may have been in Bratz, but this Jewish-Latina actress is anything but.
Did Mohr's title character flee Germany to escape persecution--or to run away from his intermarriage? Read more in Lynn Melnick's The Eager Refugee.
Three new children's books share stories about Moses' father-in-law, a woman who escaped pirates and a latke on the lam. Read Pat Sherman's roundup.
Join our friends at the Interfaith Connection in San Francisco on a trip to Israel for interfaith families May 21-May 31, 2008.
If you're going to the Reform movement's biennial in San Diego, stop by our booth in the exhibit hall.
Look for the next e-newsletter on Dec. 21.
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