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  1. These ex-Bay Area families are now proud to call Israel homeRead the original story

    Apr 17, 2018 | The Jewish News Weekly

    Jason Rozen got emotional in the supermarket last month. He lives in Israel, where all the stores were decked out for Passover, reminding him that his Zionist dream of living in the Jewish state had come true.


  2. 22 international diplomats, 70 Jews, one sederRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2018 | The Jewish News Weekly

    When I imagine the platonic ideal of a Passover seder, it is loud, discursive, long and more than a little chaotic. Yet I also know the American seder is a ritual constantly in flux and infinitely adaptable.


  3. The City Transformer folding carRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 29, 2018 | The Jewish News Weekly

    You unplug your electric vehicle at home and head off into the crowded city. There's nowhere to park, but instead of fruitlessly circling the block, you merely press a button and your car pulls in its wheels to become a compact mini-vehicle that can fit in a tiny parking place.


  4. Frena expands; bagels for fire relief; marijuana edibles updateRead the original story

    Mar 13, 2018 | The Jewish News Weekly

    When Frena Bakery and Cafe opened over a year ago on San Francisco's Sixth Street downtown corridor, owners Isaac Yosef and Avi Edri always had plans for expansion. Earlier this month, they announced a second location in the Richmond District, set to open in late spring or early summer.


  5. In Brooklyn, seeing the parenting resources S.F. lacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Dec 11, 2017 | The Jewish News Weekly

    On weekday mornings in Brooklyn, the intersections fill with crossing guards. Wearing bright yellow vests and white gloves, these city employees are positioned outside most schools to safely usher children across the street.


  6. Yea or Nay to Hanukkah - the great debateRead the original story

    Dec 4, 2017 | The Jewish News Weekly

    That was just one of the revisionist reasons the noted novelist and Berkeley resident coughed up to argue against the beloved holiday of Hanukkah, in a tongue-in-cheek debate hosted Sunday, Nov. 3, by Reboot , an organization that promotes creative new ways of looking at Jewish traditions. The "debate," done parliamentary style with each side getting an argument and a chance for rebuttal, was the closing event of a four-day pop-up that Reboot ran in a Mission District space in San Francisco that officials say is the "future home" of the Enthusiast, a planned Jewish event space.


  7. The colorful life of Noe Valley B&B proprietor Sheila AshRead the original story

    Nov 17, 2017 | The Jewish News Weekly

    Sheila Ash is known around San Francisco for her eye-catching outfits that can range from vintage-era to Burning Man, always with a stylish hat from her vast collection, and most often wearing ruffled pantaloons in lace or tulle or velvet. Another thing she's known for is her latke parties.


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