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Once home to one of the oldest synagogues in the city, it later became a Welsh Presbyterian church; its stained glass windows are inlaid with Stars of David as well as with names of Christian congregants. Representing communities as diverse as the
Although I knew it was a complete honor to be asked to speak on such a sensitive topic, I originally turned it down and said that I would find someone else to do it because I feared the backlash, and I'm also not 100% comfortable with being open
In the eyes of Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, it's his responsibility to create a better place, foster an open and welcoming city and find the prosperity that lifts us all for generations to come. For music legend Quincy Jones, it's the act of
The Unity Shabbat, now in its 9th year is one of the highlight services of the year, consistently attracting over 1,500 people joining together in common spirit to celebrate the Sabbath, the legacy of Martin Luther King, Jr., and community.
Approximately 1,000 people are singing the late songwriter Debbie Friedman's version of Lech-Lecha...In a moment, Taubman asks the crowd to stop singingthe large band accompanying him continues to play a gentle instrumentaland he calls everyone's
The Jewish Spiritual Path of Mussar by Alan Morinis Here are seven individuals that I truly believe to be mensches. They all have inspiring messages, whether through their legacy or through the impact they are making today. They bring holiness into
He's been a starship captain, a hard-boiled cop and high-powered attorney. William Shatner's career and his willingness to poke fun at himself has culminated in this one-man show, which just wrapped on Broadway. Through anecdotes, jokes and songs,
January 26, 2012 Tu B'Shevat fest branching out What do Grammy-winning band Ozomatli, tree planting and a bungee trampoline have in common? This year, they'll all be part of a festival celebrating Tu B'Shevat, the Jewish holiday of nature and
Photo by Annie Little A bona fide institution in Los Angeles' Jewish community, Friday Night Live is one of the biggest Shabbat celebrations in town. Blending the religious with the musical and offering an environment conducive to socializing, Sinai
Rabbi Oved Kaufman (aka Jake Regal) hosts a special Pesach show featuring some of Upright Citizens Brigade's best Jewish performers, including Matt Besser, one of UCB's founding members, Todd Levin, a former writer on The Tonight Show With Conan O'