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Passing it On

A Space and a Name

Decades in the making, Seattle’s Holocaust center for humanity opens its doors.

10/01/2015 By Tori Gottlieb

Passing It On

Welcome to Town!

Say hi to our community’s newly arrived educators and engagement professionals.

10/01/2015 By Diana Brement

Passing It On

The Anatomy of a Teaching Trunk

The Holocaust Center sends teaching trunks around the state with books, replicas, maps, and DVDs curated for grades 5–12. Here’s a peek inside, with some staff picks highlighted.

10/01/2015

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Arts & Culture

Passing It On

The Anatomy of a Teaching Trunk

The Holocaust Center sends teaching trunks around the state with books, replicas, maps, and DVDs curated for grades 5–12. Here’s a peek inside, with some staff picks highlighted.

10/01/2015

Books

Shelf Life

Needs subtitle

10/01/2015 By Joan Leegant

Music

Tradition Remixed

Inspired by old recordings and Mediterranean sounds, international band Baladino electrifies the Ladino language.

10/01/2015 By Boris Kurbanov

Community

Slideshow

Service & Jewish Life

Photos of our community in action.

11/04/2016

Jewish Journey

From Bombay to Bellingham

Between Bene Israel and Beth Israel, one man’s soul will always be Jewish.

10/01/2015 By Gabriel Mayers

Jewish Connections

What is the Federation's Core Work?

10/01/2015 By Jim DiPeso and Elisa Haradon

Jewish Connections

Finding Pathways to Jewish Life

10/01/2015 By Jim Dipeso and Elisa Haradon

Teva

Faith on the Farm

Oxbow Farm puts Jewish values into vegetables.

10/01/2015 Photography by Naomi Tomky

Passing It On

Which Kid Were You in Hebrew School?

“Do not say, ‘When I free myself of my concerns, I will study,’ for perhaps you will never free yourself.” — Pirke Avot 2:4

10/01/2015

Passing It On

Welcome to Town!

Say hi to our community’s newly arrived educators and engagement professionals.

10/01/2015 By Diana Brement

Passing it On

A Space and a Name

Decades in the making, Seattle’s Holocaust center for humanity opens its doors.

10/01/2015 By Tori Gottlieb

Roots

A Tale of Two Cities

Six generations later, descendants of a Belarusian shtetl continue to gather in Seattle.

10/01/2015 By Dan Aznoff

Sound Off

Opinions on Iran's Seat at the International Table

Should Iran have a seat at the international table, or does it deserve continued sanctions?

10/01/2015 By Lila Cohen and Eric Flamm

Sound Off

Shabbat Dinner Guests

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

10/01/2015

Jews of Seattle

Anna Douglas

What does being Jewish mean to you?

10/01/2015 By Josh Furman

Yom Kippur

Editor's Note

Tizku l’shanim rabot. May we all be blessed with many years — lived to the fullest of our potential.

10/01/2015 By Emily K. Alhadeff

Eat & Drink

Nosherai

Stuff It!

10/01/2015 By Erez Benari

The Set Table

Rabbis Behind the Wines

For which historic personalities are these kosher wines named?

10/01/2015

The Set Table

Wine on High

Inside Washington’s only kosher winery

10/01/2015 By Emily K. Alhadeff

Sound Off

Not So Fishy

10/01/2015

Health & Wellness

LaBriut

A Little Help from Their Friends

Support goes a long way for families with special-needs children.

10/01/2015 By Janis Siegel

Geeking Out

Good Genes

For Corinne Stroum, the future of health care lies in data.

10/01/2015 By Erez Benari

Travel & Outdoors

Test Your J.Q.

Opening Chapters

Not all who are forgotten are lost.

10/01/2015 By Rivy Poupko Kletenik