Call it a high-tech service for Rosh Hashanah.
On Sunday night, worshippers at Beth David, Miami’s oldest Jewish congregation, will mark the 100th Rosh Hashanah (Jewish new year) celebrated at the Jewish institution.
Armed with an iPad and references to pop culture, one local Rabbi will host a Sunday night service celebrating Rosh Hashanah by straying a little from tradition.
Florida’s Department of Corrections is being sued by the federal government for not offering its prison population meals that conform to their religious beliefs.
There’s an old saying that “with great power goes great responsibility.” A staffer for Congresswoman Debbie Wasserman Schultz may need to learn what that means.
It has been two years since an American man was in held prison in communist Cuba, and Cuban officials say Alan Gross conducted “undercover activities” and was part of a program aimed at “disrupting the constitutional order in Cuba.”
Two leaders of Cuba’s tiny Jewish community have visited an imprisoned U.S. government contractor who has been charged with crimes against the state, and reported him in good condition..
Millions of people of the Jewish faith across South Florida and the nation will beginthe celebration of the Passover holiday at sunset on Monday.
Passover is almost here with the first Seder set for the night of Monday, April 18. If you need a place to go to enjoy a delicious seder meal, check out our guide to South Florida Passover Seders.
A group of Jewish Holocaust survivors will be staging a rally at 3 pm Friday outside the Fountainbleau Hotel in Miami Beach to chastise President Barack Obama and Sen. Bill Nelson.