Journalist and author Mike Gerber is the presenter of a new show on UK Jazz Radio. Called Jazz Jews, the monthly slot, available online features a variety of Jewish-jazz fusions including klezmer and Israeli jazz.
Mr Gerber tells People: "I will also play tracks by jazz musicians who happen to be Jewish but that have no Jewish music content." American drummer Buddy Rich was on his debut show, which aired earlier this month.
Mr Gerber says: "Most shows will be playlist driven, but I hope to do interviews, cover gigs, and base items on particular themes."
The 22-year-old from Manchester has made it down to the final 50 in the Retail Trust's Search for a Star competition. The contest is open to people across the UK who work in retail and have a passion for performing.
The winner will record their own single and meet industry figureheads at Mercury Music Group.
Foodies with an appetite for Jewish cooking can create their favourite dish wherever they are, thanks to JC cookery writer Denise Phillips.
She has developed iPhone app Jewish Cookery, which features hundreds of her most popular recipes. The service, which is also available for other mobile phone downloads, has been launched in conjunction with Jewish Care. Users can search for courses, styles, ingredients and photographs.
She tells People: "Everybody may be going digital with their marketing campaigns - but we all still need to eat.
Be it Prime Ministers, bankers or television personalities, tour guide Rachel Kolsky is showing them off at the National Portrait Gallery in London. Next week, Miss Kolsky is running a tour of the Jewish individuals who feature in the "Your Loyal Subjects" - a selection of paintings and sculptures of prominent personalities.
Here's a tough one for you: What would you do if someone handed you their savings and said it was entirely up to you whether you wanted to keep the money or not - catch-free?
Dancer and producer Sara Juli is doing just that in her headline-grabbing show, The Money Conversation.
During the performance, Ms Juli, a mother-of-one from New York, gives away $5,000 to audience members. They can either keep it or return it by putting it in a box at the end of the show, depending on how they feel.
Manchester mum Suzy Glaskie is having a pretty good year.
She is the founding director of Hale-based Peppermint PR, which has picked up a top national prize. It beat off competition from leading London firm Frank PR to win the Consumer award for its Sound Asleep campaign, starring England striker Wayne Rooney as "England's Best Snorer".
The account manager was Kate Moryoussef, a member of Hale Synagogue.
Good news for glasses wearers. A new concept has been launched which can help you track down your lost specs.
Lost Glasses Recovery is the brainchild of Brain Lester, a semi-retired chartered accountant.
The service provides people with a specifically-designed identification sleeve, which is heat-shrunk to the side of a pair of glasses. The sleeve contains an identification number and the contact details of Lost Glasses Recovery.