Her specialty is the carrot tzimmes. First she browns the chopped onions — two 5 pound bags of them — with six cubes of pareve margarine, to keep it kosher.Read More »
On Wednesday evening members of Temple Beth Shalom and Congregation Emanu-El came together to celebrate the final night of Hanukkah.Read More »
According to Jewish Virtual Library, the world contains roughly 13.7 million Jews. An estimated 5.4 million of these live in the United States, making up just 1.74 percent of the country’s population. Even in the nation with the second-largest Jewish population (after Israel), we are a small minority. In light of this, the task of engaging millennials—- people who are currently 13 to 30 years old — can appear crucial to the very survival of Judaism.Read More »
Next week Spokane’s Jewish community will observe Passover, an eight-day commemoration honoring the liberation of the Israelites from slavery in ancient Egypt.
Below are local Passover, or Pesach, listings.Read More »
Temple Beth Shalom is the place to be this weekend.
On March 10, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. it will host its annual Kosher Dinner, which is known for satisfying thousands of appetites from across the region.
Temple Beth Shalom’s 72nd Kosher Dinner will be held March 10 from 11 a.m to 6 p.m. and Spokane community is invited to be a part of the annual event, which draws in thousands of guests.Read More »