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
My synagogue is closing, and there's so much to miss
Thursday, July 20, 2017
Harmony and happiness are bad news for me
Thursday, July 13, 2017
Spurs and the Jews: the how, the why and the when
What kind of a Jew are you?
"How I nearly lost my miracle baby"
Meet my secret ex: shock jock Howard Stern
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.
Searching for love in a toxic world
“I am under an absurd amount of pressure from my parents to meet someone. And my grandma piles it on, too. She says she’s worried she’ll be in her grave before I’m under the chuppah.”
Maccabiah: Motivation in action
Three very different competitors from the international Jewish sporting event tell their stories
Friday, July 7, 2017
Ask Hilary: Why won't he propose?
Our agony aunt advises a woman who thinks it's time for her boyfriend to make a commitment.
Thursday, July 6, 2017
Still busy, still helping
Stella Lucas celebrates her 101st birthday later this month. She tells Nadine Wojakovski about her life at the heart of the community
Keren David got a big surprise when a friend showed her a celebrity news website
Robots are revolutionising surgery for conditions including tumours of the tongue, throat and voice box.
Is our health at risk if we are not within the "normal" BMI?
Tuesday, July 4, 2017
My week as Jerry Springer’s media minder
“If you save my life, I’ll turn up at your dinner.”
Thursday, June 29, 2017
The man who played Moldova at tennis
Comedian Tony Hawks dreamed up a very unusual sporting challenge
Taking a gamble on swipe-to-bet
Two friends have taken a bet on a new business idea
Monday, June 26, 2017
Speaking up for Israel’s women
Dr Alice Shalvi is being honoured next week for her contribution to Israeli society. Could she have done as much if she'd stayed in the UK?
Thursday, June 22, 2017
Seventy years of caring for children
The charity Jewish Child's Day is celebrating seven decades of care. Joy Sable reports.
The day I took on a large and scary Gruffalo
Susan Reuben hates being the centre of attention. But one day she put her fears aside, for the sake of a Gruffalo
Monday, June 19, 2017
Living with MS: Hope at last
Gideon Schulman has lived with Multiple Sclerosis for 16 years, and it is gradually worsening. But a new treatment may offer hope, he tells Lauren Libbert.
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