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Kosher Living

The prism: messages prompted by a bifurcated gravestone

The son of Bela Rubinstein (1908-1967) always wondered why his father sustained a youthful appearance even into old age. Bela Rubinstein was rosy-cheeked and wrinkle...

Is cultured meat the way of the future?

There are many things in today’s world that aren’t what they used to be.
Some cars are no longer mere mechanical slaves of their drivers.
Most...

Aish taps into, adds to southeast’s continued growth

A quarter of a century ago, the southeast Denver suburban neighborhoods, nestled between the Denver Tech Center and Cherry Creek State Park, were home to many Jewish...

Man of the cloth: Rabbi Avraham Berkowitz, shatnez checker

Rabbi Avraham Berkowitz, is a trained “shatnez checker.” His expertise — in Torah and textiles — ensures that the Torah prohibition against mixing wool and linen...

Kosher ice cream in Cherry Creek

Ice cream lovers may be delighted to know that they can enjoy kosher ice cream during a shopping expedition in Cherry Creek. Nicki and Aaron Toys are the owners of the...

Open homes on Shabbat

prospect of being stuck in a strange city for Shabbat should be stressful, but a well-oiled machine of Shabbat hospitality, honed through generations, and passed on from...

No meat, no dairy — and kosher

When a vegetarian “goes kosher,” it takes a chunk of the necessary adaptation out of the equation. Such was the case with Alyse Opatowski, who took the kosher...

Ellyn Hutt: A spiritual journey

the morning of the Fast of Esther. Ellyn Hutt, immaculately attired, quickly apologizes for not offering her guest coffee or even a glass of water. Those are the rules...

Jonas Ottensoser (Mishpacha Magazine)

Sabbath mode — hot-wired rest

Ottensoser knows a thing or two about appliances. A mostly retired mechanical engineer from Baltimore, he knows pretty much everything about how these increasingly...

Just a few of the countries where Steve Lipman has led seders.

Dynamic, theatrical seder leader

Lipman, staff writer at the Jewish Week in New York, has led Passover seders in far-flung communities for Jews with minimal or no connection to Judaism since 2003....