Justice, Justice, She Pursues

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

12/01/2015 By Emily K. Alhadeff

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

Jewish Connections

Finding Pathways to Jewish Life

10/01/2015 By Jim Dipeso and Elisa Haradon


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



A Little Help from Their Friends

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

10/01/2015 By Janis Siegel

Jewish Journey

Roots Underground

An Iraqi family history comes full circle.

08/01/2015 By Revital Shiri-Horowitz


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


High Holiday Must-Haves

Spice up your Rosh Hashanah dinners, break-the-fast table, and Sukkot celebrations with these fun new items.



Practice Makes Prevention

When it comes to cancer, knowing your genetic story is half the battle.

08/01/2015 By Janis Siegel


Molding Morality

How can we teach our kids to be mensches in a messed-up world?

08/01/2015 By Linda Morgan

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Holding Up the Sky

Intermarriage is on the rise. That doesn’t mean we’re done for.

08/01/2015 By Emily K. Alhadeff