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A Honey of an Idea
When you dip an apple in honey at Rosh Hashanah this year, you can also help Israel’s economy.


Deciphering Kashrut
When Lisë Stern was nine, her parents decided to keep kosher because they thought kashrut would offer a sense of order and serenity in a time of social upheaval.


Blessings of the Season
A Seder for Rosh Hashanah? No, we haven't mixed up our holidays.


Women of Many Words
If you need inspiration, enlightenment or even a pithy quotation for your daughter's bat mitzvah, The Quotable Jewish Woman: Wisdom, Inspiration & Humor From the Mind & Heart (Jewish Lights, $29.99) is a find.
Woman readingSimplicity

Choosing to live with less can make room for what's really important.


Plant in handA Growing Relationship

Professionally and personally, mentors can help us come into our own.


Suze OrmanSuze Orman

When she talks tough about achieving fancily security, everybody listens.


Simply Elegant

These clean-lined and refreshingly contemporary Shabbat and holiday candlesticks ($95) are so beautiful that you’ll want to display them all week long.


Deena Drossin Kastor (Image Credit: ©2004 Victah SailerGoing the Distance in Athens
The Jewish woman to watch at the Athens Olympics this month is marathoner Deena Drossin Kastor.


M.E. RabbNancy Drew
With a New Yawk Accent


Move over, Nancy Drew. Eat your heart out, Hardy Boys. Here come the Shattenberg sisters.


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