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On the Jewish food scene: Sauces, salad dressings and condiments

By Rabbi Rachel Esserman

At the risk of seeming opinionated, I have an important declaration to make: food exists for the sauces, dressings and condiments we put on them. Now, I know some of you won’t agree, but you’re wrong. Take salad: I love salads with all kinds of veggies – from …

Jewish resources to occupy your family during social distancing – part 18

By Reporter staff

A variety of Jewish groups are offering online resources – educational and recreational – for those who are not allowed out of the house. Below is a sampling of those. The Reporter will publish additional listings as they become available. 

  • Comic Com: San Diego pre…

The unstoppable Ukelele Steve by Rabbi Rachel Esserman

By Rabbi Rachel Esserman

Live, in-person musical performances have stopped during the pandemic. Some musicians have gotten creative in finding ways to perform and get their music to their fans. One of those musicians is Steven Gilbert, professor emeritus of psychology at SUNY Oneonta, also …

Jewish resources to occupy your family during social distancing – part 17

By Reporter staff

A variety of Jewish groups are offering online resources – educational and recreational – for those who are not allowed out of the house. Below is a sampling of those. The Reporter will publish additional listings as they become available. 

  • David Benkof presents a …

History Revisited: The Jew as scapegoat: The lynching of Leo Frank

by Bill Simons

Georgia observed Confederate Memorial Day on Saturday, April 26, 1913. At Atlanta’s Confederate Memorial Day observance, approximately 200 surviving veterans of the Confederate army marched by the reviewing stand to pay respects to Mary Anna Jackson, the widow of General St…