The Set Table

Blessed Are the Cheesemakers

Local cheesemaker Lisa Jacobs celebrates Hanukkah — and life — with cheese.

12/01/2015 By Naomi Tomky

Roots

Dashed Dreams

A young Jewish man’s role in the Everett Massacre.

12/01/2015 By Stuart Eskenazi

Life

Justice, Justice, She Pursues

Hon. Bobbe Bridge talks about breaking the continuum of juvenile delinquency.

12/01/2015 By Emily K. Alhadeff

Sound Off

Opinions on Immigration

How should the Jewish community respond to the refugee and migrant crisis?

12/01/2015 By Etan Basseri and Robert Jacobs

Sound Off

Lo Mein and Long Lines

Is the tradition of “Jewish Christmas” being co-opted by gentiles?

12/01/2015 By Naomi Tomky

"Jewish Christmas"

Editor's Note

No shortage of challenges lies in the road ahead as we bring up children in this pine-scented Northwest wonderland.

12/01/2015 By Emily K. Alhadeff

Teva

Faith on the Farm

Oxbow Farm puts Jewish values into vegetables.

10/01/2015 Photography by Naomi Tomky

Passing It On

Welcome to Town!

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

10/01/2015 By Diana Brement

Books

Shelf Life

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10/01/2015 By Joan Leegant

Geeking Out

Good Genes

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

10/01/2015 By Erez Benari

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

The Set Table

Rachel's Pumpkin Borekas

"Sephardic food is part of who I am. It is my family, my heritage, my spirit, my comfort, and my joy in nurturing people by sharing my food."

08/01/2015 By Olivia Brent

The Set Table

High Holiday Throwdown Recipes

Three local chefs dish about their holiday showstoppers.

08/01/2015 By Leah Jaffee, Rachel Almeleh, and Jonny Silverberg

Feature

The Shadow People

Homelessness is all around us —if we choose to see it. Sukkot is a good opportunity to open our eyes.

08/01/2015 By Emily K. Alhadeff

Feature

Choose Your Own Judaism

Seattle is famously innovative — except, some say, when it comes to Jewish life. Some Seattleites are taking matters of faith into their own hands.

08/01/2015 By David Laskin

Sound Off

Opinions on Operation Protective Edge

It’s been a year since Operation Protective Edge drove deep divisions in our community. Where are we now, and how can we heal?

08/01/2015 By Nevet Basker and Eric Orlin

From Us to You

Editor's Note

Jewish in Seattle is the result of a great deal of work by many dedicated people who care deeply about Puget Sound Jewish life.

08/01/2015 By Keith Dvorchik and Emily K. Alhadeff