Rabbi Romi Cohn.

CONDOLENCES: Rabbi Romi Cohn, 92-year-old Holocaust survivor and rescuer, passed away yesterday from the #coronavirus. Romi was born on March 10, 1929 in Pressburg (now Bratislava), Czechoslovakia. When the Germans began deporting Jews from Slovakia in 1942, Romi’s parents had him smuggled to Hungary, which had not yet been occupied by […]

Friday March 13, 2020 in Jerusalem

Jerusalem Friday morning is usually bustling. This morning March 13, 2020 I walked the whole length of Jaffa Street, the main road of Jerusalem.  No voice. No visage.  Terem is empty Zion square is empty Caffe Ne’eman is emptyBen Yehuda is practically empty Coffee Bean is emptyMain Superpharm is empty (no alcohol gel)Kaffit […]


Ori: I’m Anna, but who will be Elsa?Dad: Hold my Coke Zero.🎭 #Purim Source: Maor Melikson

1956: Golda Meir

1956: Golda MeirTIME magazine announces its 100 Women of the Year, which is TIME’s list of the most influential women of the past century.Photo: Burt Glinn – Magnum Photos Article:

This is Gidon, my Lyft Driver and New Brother.

This is Gidon. My Lyft driver and new brother. This morning, on my way back home from a very productive recording session with the fabulous Adrienne Gold in DC, I requested my Lyft. When Gidon arrived, I entered his car and immediately saw a tefilat haderech (prayer for travelers) and […]

Happy 100th Birthday: Malka Zajc

Happy 100th birthday to Holocaust survivor Malka Zajc! Born on February 28, 1920 in Ciechanów, Poland, Malka survived the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising as well as the Majdanek, Auschwitz, Ravensbrück, and Malchow concentration camps. After the war, she made a life for herself in New York City, where she still lives […]

Make this hamantaschen recipe with your kids. It’s that fun and easy.  Chocolate and peanut butter is a classic combination that is perfect for hamantaschen. Click here for the complete recipe and video! Click here for more great recipe’s by Jamie Geller!