The Jewish Federation of Cleveland will host monthly mitzvah collections throughout the winter.
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“I love every single Jew, and so to see our beautiful faith represented unevenly on platforms like Netflix made me feel like I had a responsibility to make the documentary,” Solomon says regarding his new film, “Orthodoxed.”
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When it comes to deciding on a mitzvah project, many excited preteens start thinking about ideas a year or so away from their b’nai mitzvah. B…
Besides a place of blessing, the sukkah was designed to be truly lived in, including working or doing homework, sleeping, and, of course, eating (and for hosting friends and family).
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“This program is designed to give participants a practical way in which they can mark the memory of those who perished and add more positivity and light to this world,” said Rabbi Levi Slonim.
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The High Holy Days are a time for all Jewish families to come together and connect with their faith. During these days, it’s important to reme…