Lilith FeatureEco-Ushpizin: Women Take On The Environment
A Sukkot Invitation
A true-life comic about a young and lonely American in the Israeli army.
Why a Brooklyn girl of the 60's jubilantly smuggles Herman Hesse into her parents' Orthodox home.
Editor of “The Jew and the Carrot” (www.jcarrot.org), the “ front page and voice of the emerging Jewish food movement,” a project of Hazon (www.hazon.org).
Lifelong Volunteer, She Brings Eco-Consciousness To Synagogues
Director Of The Teva Learning Center, She Teaches Judaism Through The Lens of Nature.
Writer, Public Speaker, The Brains Behind Micah Publications (www.micahbooks.com.), The Source For Jewish Vegetarian And Animal rights Books
Across The Pond In Israel, She defends Air And Water
With husband Pablo, she runs Stoney Lonesome Farm and its “eat local” CSA (Community Supported Agriculture Program) on 91 acres in Gainesville, Virginia.
The award-winning Israeli novelist re-visions Jerusalem.
Walk with Lax down the aisle. She recounts how she became a bride: numb to the core, observing in minute detail the joy around her that she cannot reach.
You’ve seen the Frédéric Brenner photograph. Now catch a mother-daughter pair telling how they got into it.