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  • How to retire, happily

    Seniors share their secrets on how to transition successfully to the next stage of life.

  • Learning to love yeshiva learning, egalitarian style

    Jews of all denominations and ages, who once connected to Judaism by attending synagogue, celebrating holidays and sending their children to Hebrew school, have begun to yearn for something more: studying Jewish texts, yeshiva-style, but without the traditional yeshiva.

  • Denying the deniers: Q & A with Deborah Lipstadt

    Deborah Lipstadt discusses the changing face of Holocaust denial and anti-Semitism, how the next generation of Jews relate to the Holocaust, what role the Holocaust should play in forging Jewish identity and why Hollywood loves her story.

  • Seders focus on freedom, hunger, the Earth

    New seders looking at pressing social problems include the Freedom Seder for the Earth and the Child Nutrition Seder, and come with their own Haggadahs.

  • 10 YouTube videos for Passover

    A Top 10 list for Passover.

  • Learning to embrace the YouTube revolution

    Making videos is an essential step for Jewish organizations interested in getting their message out to a younger audience, new media marketing experts say.

  • Let my people post Passover videos

    The Jews of YouTube take aim at Passover.

  • Looking for adventure with outdoor Jewish groups

    Pay no attention to the old stereotypes: Jews camp, bike, hike, ski and even jump out of airplanes — whether it’s to get in touch with nature, find meaning in life or meet a nice Jewish guy or gal.

  • Do shiksas really have more fun?

    Author Laurie Graff sits down with JTA’s Amy Klein to discuss her novel “The Shiksa Syndrome” and why some Jewish men prefer non-Jews, why they are wrong and interreligious dating.

  • Authors aim to defang JAP, shiksa labels

    The women who wrote two new books — “The Jewish Princess Cookbook: having your cake & eating it” and “The Shiksa Syndrome” — argue that it’s time to take ownership of what long were considered negative stereotypes about Jewish women.