Purim starts tonight, have you made your triangle-shaped foods? Got your costumes ready? Planned out your mishloach manot (sending portions to one another) and mattanot la-evyonim (gifts to the poor)? Saved the Jewish people from Haman? No? Well, we're here to help!
Here are 5 ways you can celebrate Purim with the J.
The month of February is all about the heart. Celebrate American Heart Health Month by learning more about how you can gain and maintain great cardiovascular health as well as reduce your risk for heart disease.
Cardiovascular training is one of the best ways to improve your heart health. Keep cardio exciting by trying out interval training!
If one of your goals for the New Year is to start an exercise program or if you are looking to return to the gym after a long layoff, plan to start small. Check out this 10-exercise workout from our Fitness Director, Robin Fortenberry.
It’s the time of year where so many of us set out with the best intentions on making significant changes in our lives in the form of a New Year’s Resolution. Statistics show that an overwhelming majority of these resolutions are not successful. One of the main reasons for the lack of success is not taking the time to create a plan. Here are some simple tips to help increase your chances for success.
A letter to the editor of the Jewish-Herald Voice from Gayle Kamen-Weinstein in regards to Resistance, our drive-in movie during the Jewish Book & Arts Festival 2020, and response from our own Arts & Culture Director, Amy Rahmani.
Most of us are ready to put the year 2020 behind us and move on to a more hopeful 2021. Don't wait for 2021 to make those small changes and most importantly, stay positive and don't get discouraged with set backs.