Eight days, eight nights. How to entertain oneself? We have an idea…the IJN! Three sections filled with news, Passover features, holiday recipes, and the latest innovations from Israel.
Of course there’s also our regular columnists, Shmoos column, our new Super Shabbat for Kids page, and community happenings in Today’s Life and in our weekly Events Calendar.
A small selection of our Passover stories are online at IJN.com; for the full three sections, contact Carol (firstname.lastname@example.org) to order your copy or subscribe to the IJN e-Edition — a full digital replica of the IJN.
Here’s a taste at some of what you’ll find in the paper:
From our columnists & staff writers:
- Rabbi Hillel Goldberg, “Is Dayyenu really enough?“
- Andrea Jacobs speaks with Rabbi Joel Mosbacher on smart technology for guns
- Chris Leppek speaks with a Louisville resident whose family hid a Jewish man in Hungary during the Holocaust
- Book review: Lincoln & the Jews
From the Editorial page:
Passover food features:
- Salmon cakes and eggplant tomato stacks
- Moroccan-style Chraime fish
- Rocky Mountain Jew, “Past Passover favorites“
From Passover features:
- Osi Sladek’s musical journey from pre-war Europe to America
- Edmond J. Rodman, “Crunching childhood lessons from my Passover seder”
- New Haggadahs for 2015, including the first ever Canadian one
- Streit’s factory on the Lower East Side closes
- Community seders listed in our weekly events calendar & on our online Community Calendar
Wishing everyone a wonderful Passover — and happy reading!