2017 was a great year for Jewish in Seattle — we won three awards and unrolled our website and e-news. So which of our stories were the most read?
A nostalgic rock star wants to reopen his family’s bakery. But you can’t bring back the past. By Naomi Tomky
A brother-sister pair in Olympia serve the food of the gods. By Pam Mandel
Vancouver’s new pastrami hot spot is worth a trip north. By Naomi Tomky
We are nothing if we don’t know where we’re from. By Isobel Manon Press
Recreational marijuana is becoming a booming industry. Where do Jewish values tie in? By Pam Mandel
Maybe we’re looking in the wrong place. By Kathryn Robinson
The Sephardic songstress has music in her blood. By Sarah Aroeste
When Israel is lumped together with racism and fascism, Israel-supporters can find themselves at odds with the progressive causes they champion. By Talia Gillman and Udi Asarof
Chances are if you’re moving here and looking for community, you might start to look in one of these five places. So here they are, and here’s what we love about them.
In a man’s world of film, women are increasingly drawn to documentary filmmaking to tell critical stories. By Pamela Lavitt