Monthly Archives: June 2021

20 Years A Jew: One Convert’s Observations in Seven Installments

By Athena DeRasmo


Installment 7 – “And then there was Israel…”

Haifa Shrine of the Bab

Haifa. I sat in a tiny office in a government building – bleak, institutional, and oppressive. Like most Israeli government buildings, it could have been a set for a… Continue reading

Recipes from Peter Fritz

By Peter Fritz


Stress Baking

Jun 10, 2020

By Peter Fritz

Looking for a distraction that provides comfort? Try baking bread. When you are making bread, the only thing you are thinking about is your bread. You are not thinking… Continue reading

Books By Sof’ers

American PastimesAmerican Pastimes Book Cover

A New Book by S.P. Goldstein

Sof Communications chair Sid Goldstein has just published a new book of baseball-themed short stories entitled American Pastimes. Here is the publisher’s press release that accompanied the launch of the book.… Continue reading

Jewish History

The Story of Moses “Two Gun” Cohen

By Sid Goldstein

Morris Abraham Cohen (1887–1970), better known by the nickname “Two-Gun” was a Polish-born British and Canadian adventurer who became aide-de-camp to Sun Yat-Sen and a General… Continue reading

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  • How a rebranded 92nd Street Y sees its Jewish future
    The CEO and interim v.p. for Jewish life talk about a Manhattan cultural landmark's ambitious post-pandemic plans. -- The post How a rebranded 92nd Street Y sees its Jewish future appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency.
  • Avowed antisemite and white supremacist kills 10 in Buffalo, N.Y., supermarket shooting
    A manifesto attributed to the alleged shooter outlines widely held conspiracy theories about Jews and immigrants. It also cited the Halle synagogue attack as a reason to stream on Twitch. -- The post Avowed antisemite and white supremacist kills 10 in Buffalo, N.Y., supermarket shooting appeared first on Jewish Telegraphic Agency.