Meet The Ketubah Artist: Judith Joseph of Judith Joseph Studio

Photo: Courtesy of Judith Joseph Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in a very Jewish home.  My father called us “non-observant Orthodox” because we knew the rules but didn’t necessarily follow them.  My parents were intellectually curious, and conversation at home was nerdy:  Judaism, history, […]

An introduction to Passover from a Reform perspective by Rabbi Andrea Frank

Photo: Courtesy of Judaica in the Spotlight Table Runner created by Yael Harris Resnick Table Linen created by Linen Home Décor  Judaism uses a Hebrew calendar that lists all the Jewish Holidays of the Jewish year. A Jewish calendar has Hebrew calendar months blended into our everyday calendar and has twelve months as well. The […]

Meet The Architect, Artist & Designer: Irit Abir of Garage Judaica

Dial M for Menorah Photo: Courtesy of Irit Abir / Photo Credit: Orit Arnon Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I’m an Israeli architect and designer, graduate of the Faculty of Architecture in the Technion, Haifa.  I work in my own studio, designing residential and public buildings, and also work on […]

Meet The Artist & Designer: Elizabeth Ehrlich of Kids Kippot

Photo: Courtesy of Elizabeth Ehrlich Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I am a small business owner, wife and mother of four.  I have a degree in Chemistry and Theater from Wesleyan University. I spent 6 years as a chemist working for a large Pharmaceutical company before having children. I took […]

Meet The Wedding Planner & Event Manager: Yonina Spiegelman of Yonina Events

Photo: Courtesy of Yonina Events Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. My name is Yonina Spiegelman, CEO and Managing Event Producer at Yonina Events. Originally from the US, I moved to Israel when I was 10 years old and am currently based in Jerusalem. Yonina Events specializes in full service planning […]

Product Review: “Splitting of the Sea” artTrivet created by Yael Harris Resnick

Photo: Courtesy of Judaica in the Spotlight Product: “Splitting of the Sea” artTrivet Material: This artTrivet is environmentally friendly and was created using recycled rubber, fabrics, and paper wherever possible. Our verdict: This artTrivet is the perfect addition to any Passover table! Now that all our Hamantaschen are gone, we can fully focus on our […]

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