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Writing Torah as Social Practice Art

Shoshana Gugenheim is out to change the industry around scribing.

06/06/2017 By Emily K. Alhadeff

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Curious George’s Curious Journey

The creators of America’s favorite monkey barely made it out of occupied Paris.

04/05/2017 By Emily K. Alhadeff

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Three Local Women Filmmakers You Need to Know

In a man’s world of film, women are increasingly drawn to documentary filmmaking to tell critical stories.

02/09/2017 By Pamela Lavitt

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The Making of the Rachel/Leah Play

The In[heir]itance Project sets up shop for one of its latest innovative Biblical interpretations.

02/09/2017 By Emily K. Alhadeff

Artistic Sketches

David Broza Still Believes in Peace

At 61, Israel’s iconic musician continues to find faith in musical partnerships.

02/09/2017 By Emily K. Alhadeff

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Tales of the Alchemysts Theatre

An evening of Jewish stories from the shtetl and beyond, by Isaac Bashevis Singer

02/09/2017 By Emily K. Alhadeff

Jewish Connections

Instafashion

The Federation’s 2017 Connections speaker uses tech to make online shopping a little easier.

12/01/2016 By Jim DiPeso

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Going Gaga for Gaga

We wanted to know why everyone who tries Gaga goes, well, gaga.

12/01/2016 By Emily K. Alhadeff

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Performing History

An acclaimed Seattle musician ventures into the sounds of Russian Jews at the turn of the century.

12/01/2016 By GiGi Yellen

Best of Jewish Neighborhoods

Bellevue: The Kibbutz

Beyond the immediate advantages of this lakeside suburb, members of Bellevue’s diverse, polyglot population may just greet you with “boker tov."

12/01/2016 By Naomi Tomky

Best of Jewish Neighborhoods

Capitol Hill: The Original

Capitol Hill is where it all started — from Temple De Hirsch in 1899 to the bustling Jewish life of the nearby Central District through the 1950s.

12/01/2016 By Naomi Tomky

Best of Jewish Neighborhoods

Ravenna/Wedgwood: The Small Town

How could we not note this swath of northeast Seattle for its vibrant Jewish community, dating back to the 1950s?

12/01/2016 By Naomi Tomky

Best of Jewish Neighborhoods

Ballard: The Startup

Though historically considered a Scandinavian neighborhood, as more and more Jewish families move in, Ballard has become an under-the-radar hub of Jewish life in Seattle.

12/01/2016 By Naomi Tomky

Sound Off

Shabbat Dinner Guests

Recent newsmakers, guests, and locals who’d make for interesting Shabbat dinner company.

12/01/2016 Edited by Emily K. Alhadeff

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The Art of Giving

The Benaroyas’ collection of iconic Northwest art finds a home in Tacoma

10/01/2016 By Emily K. Alhadeff

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Striking a Chord

Geraldine Brooks’s latest novel imagines the complex life of King David and his family.

10/01/2016 By Emily K. Alhadeff

Artistic Sketches

Larger Than Life

A local filmmaker turns the camera on her grandmother, a tiny survivor with a big personality.

10/01/2016 By Pamela Lavitt

Style

Butch Blues

Butch Blum’s cozy wool blends in blue and gray are a perfect fit for Seattle fall.

10/01/2016 Photography by Emily K. Alhadeff

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Schmatte Chic

How American Jews redesigned fashion

10/01/2016 By Debra Rich Gettleman

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Activist Fashion

We love Cameron.

10/01/2016 By Amanda Zurita