You may see the title of this blog and wonder where we’re going with this. World War II was an undeniably horrible conflict that involved some of the most awfulREAD MORE

American Jewish history is a vibrant field of study that offers insights into the experiences, struggles, contributions and complexities of Jewish life in America. Learning about this history not onlyREAD MORE

WWII was a pivotal period in history, with countless social, political, and scientific consequences that endure to this day. The six year period has inspired countless films, from older WWIIREAD MORE

Like a lot of people, I’m glued to the Hulu series We Were the Lucky Ones, based on the book by Georgia Hunter, whose family members were Holocaust survivors, andREAD MORE

Decades after its conclusion, World War II remains a profound subject of interest, not only for its size, scale, and global consequences, but for its distinct moral narrative. Unlike WorldREAD MORE

From the Hebrew month of Adar some time in February through the joyful holiday of Purim on the 14th day of that month to the most important holiday of all—READ MORE

In the past on Passover, I’ve served the traditional sweet and sour brisket and a variety of chicken dishes, including one from the Mexican Jewish cook Pati Jinich, which hasREAD MORE

The Central Valley of California is experiencing a tremendous growth in its population. According to new data from the California’s Department of Finance, population predictions for the Central Valley indicateREAD MORE

When you think of places to visit in California, Los Angeles, Santa Barbara, and San Francisco are probably some of the destinations that come to mind. But have you consideredREAD MORE

California residents will remember the years spent in what seemed, at the time, to be a perpetual drought. Entire forests were dry and withered, contributing to severe wildfires in theREAD MORE