Sara Broukhim
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Let There Be Light: What to Watch During Passover Holidays

That special time of year has come again. Seder plates, cups of Maneshevitz, and whacking families members with onions during Dayenu fill our homes every March. As a child, my cousins and I loved searching for the Afikomen, a half-piece…

Israeli Vaccine Distribution Sparks Controversy

Israel has the fastest international vaccine rollout with half of the country’s citizens receiving a dose by the end of February, according to The Washington Post. 74.4 out of 100 people have received vaccine doses in Israel compared to 51.1…

Jewish Representation in Hollywood

Midge Maisel, Schmitt, and Larry David have all found their ways into our homes. I watched Seinfeld as a kid on my television and streamed “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel” and “New Girl” on my laptop, like many others. I learned…

Fourth Time’s the Charm: the Upcoming Israeli Election

Israelis will cast their ballots on March 23 in the country’s fourth early election in the past two years. The election was spurred after two major parties, Likud and the Israel Resilience Party, failed to reach an agreement over state…

Covid Forces the Closure of Jewish Newspapers Nationwide

For over 30 years, the Jewish Journal opened the floodgates of information for the Jewish community. They published weekly print editions, and typically included a feature piece, an in-depth story, or occasionally profile, on a historic event or person on…

Exploring the Jewish-Owned Delis of Los Angeles

North Beverly Drive. Pico. Fairfax. The homes Nate ’n Al’s, Factor’s Famous Deli, and Canter’s Deli respectively. During my time in quarantine and in the spirit of supporting Jewish-owned businesses, I explored the closest Jewish delicatessens the LA area had…

COVID Revives Kavanah: A Personal Jewish Journey

Every Friday night, I would eat Shabbat dinner with my family. And every Saturday morning, we would arrive at our temple ‘fashionably’ late –– before the Rabbi’s sermon but after the start of the Haftarah. Always on PST: ‘Persian Standard…