Of course there’s also our regular columnists, Shmoos, Short Takes 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 explores Greeley’s interfaith Holocaust remembrance program
- Chris Leppek speaks with Father Patrick Desbois, who uncovers the evidence of the Holocaust in Eastern Europe
- Book review: The Fosters looks back
From the Editorial page:
From Business Update:
- Cannabis comes to the Israeli market
- Making vacations in Israeli more affordable, and more accessible
- Major changes — including a renaming — at Israel’s Museum of the Diaspora
- Six Israeli chefs share their favorite Passover recipes
- The world’s largest seder — in Nepal
- Making your own Haggadah, or choosing one from the many out there
- Streit’s story comes to the silver screen
- Community seders listed in our weekly events calendar & on our online Community Calendar
Wishing everyone a wonderful Passover — and happy reading!