As you’re reading this, my younger son, Leo, has just turned 13. In just a few days, I turn 50. One-third of my life is over just like that. And this weekend was supposed to be Leo’s bar mitzvah.
Thursday, March 26, 2020
What frightening and challenging times we are living in, when our daily lingo now includes “social distancing,” “self-quarantining” and “sheltering in place.”
Thursday, March 19, 2020
Editor’s Note: As of press time, the St. Louis University Museum of Art is only open to SLU students, faculty and staff and closed to the general public due to concerns about COVID-19. Visit the museum’s website (www.slu.edu/sluma) or call 314-977-6631 to check for updates.
Thursday, March 12, 2020
Editor's update (March 16): The New Jewish Theatre has postponed "We Are The Levinsons" due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will be rescheduled for later this summer.
At the movies: ‘Wendy’ and ‘The Hunt’
Sunday, March 08, 2020
The New Jewish Theatre continues its record-setting season with “We Are the Levinsons,” Wendy Kout’s compelling play about a multi-generational Jewish family as they laugh, learn and love their way through a year of life and death. Weaving comedy with drama, this award-winning play explores …
Friday, March 06, 2020
The two men who shared the vision to build what is now Siteman Cancer Center have been recognized as citizens of the year by the St. Louis Post Dispatch; Alvin Siteman, the benefactor for whom the center is named, and Dr. Timothy J. Eberlein, Siteman’s director. Siteman and his wife Ruth, wh…
I was inspired by two art exhibitions at the Sheldon Art Galleries in Grand Center. The first was titled “Amazing Horns: Bridging Continents, Bridging Time.” The works were instruments from the Hartenberger Collection of Musical Instruments now owned by the Sheldon. Dr. Aurelia Hartenberger …
Thursday, March 05, 2020
This recipe originally appeared in The Nosher.
Friday, February 28, 2020
The acclaimed international exhibit, “Lawyers Without Rights: Jewish Lawyers in Germany Under the Third Reich,” will be coming to St. Louis for the first time on March 8 through June 9. The exhibit has been shown in more than 100 cities in Germany, the United States and other parts of the world.
Thursday, February 27, 2020
Jewish entrepreneurs started some of the biggest names in frozen treat industry
NEW YORK — “This is not murder, this is mitzvah.”
At the movies: Something wild
True or false: Our kids need us only when we’re on the phone or in the bathroom.
When strangers unexpectedly descend on tiny, isolated town, you have the makings of . . . an award-winning musical.
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