Should we follow the electric- car route?
Career moves brought out personal passions
Tuesday, September 19, 2017
How to stop faffing and get things done
Spurs and the Jews: the how, the why and the when
Guide to the Jewish Man
"How I nearly lost my miracle baby"
I confess - I just can't bake a cake
Claire Cantor feels the pressure as Yomtov approaches
Making three-times-a-year into a habit
Will you be making a rare trip to shul this Rosh Hashanah? Susan Reuben used to be like you
Festivals versus freshers’ week
It's your first week at uni, but it's also Rosh Hashanah. What to do?
Her make up skills make the stars shine
Tally Bookbinder makes up a lot of famous faces. She told Francine White about her musical Manchester roots
Thursday, September 7, 2017
I’m helpless without the help
Keren David confesses that she is the very personification of the cleaner-dependent Jews surveyed for World Jewish Relief.
Baby, you're worth a fortune
Two former JFS students are expanding their baby gift business to the US.
Thursday, August 31, 2017
The singers who comfort the dying
The Companion Voices choir sings to people who are coming to the end of their lives
Friday, August 25, 2017
My life was changed by a GCSE shock
Rosa Doherty wasn't expecting anything great from her GCSE results. Then she opened the Envelope of Doom
Thursday, August 24, 2017
How to get a good night’s sleep
With our hectic, busy lifestyles, sometimes it's hard to wind down at night. Read on for our top tips to sleeping well...
The JC in partnership with Beds Are Uzzz
Tuesday, August 15, 2017
Mayim Bialik's advice for spectacular girls
The Big Bang Theory star has a new book out for teenage girls. She talked to the JC about parenting, batmitzvahs and that Sodastream ad.
Thursday, August 10, 2017
Growing up as a Cardiff Girl
'Being Welsh and Jewish is to be doubly different.'
Thursday, August 3, 2017
Sharing our simchahs
A growing number of Jewish charities run programmes emphasising that bar and batmitzvahs are not only a time for celebration but also for thinking about people who may be less fortunate
Thursday, July 27, 2017
My synagogue is closing, and there's so much to miss
Gloria Tessler is determined to keep the spirit of Hendon Reform Synagogue alive
Thursday, July 20, 2017
Harmony and happiness are bad news for me
Susan Reuben's had a musical weekend
Thursday, July 13, 2017
My ﬁrst — and last — trip to Berlin
How do you feel about visiting Germany?
'We were the only Jewish kids in town'
Growing up in small town Maine, novelist Julie Cohen and her brother were the only Jewish kids. But they were related to all the Catholics.
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