Court Rejects Lawsuit Over Jewish Burial CustomsA South Florida appeals court has turned down a lawsuit stemming from a woman's allegation that a cemetery had not properly buried her late husband in accordance with "Jewish burial customs and traditions."
Holocaust Memorial Approved For Capitol Florida lawmakers gave the final approval to a plan that would create a Holocaust memorial on the Capitol grounds.
Ask A South Florida Chef: 5 Traditional Chanukah RecipesThe Kosher Kingdom is a well-known and beloved place to shop for all items “Kosher” in South Florida. Not only is it an Israeli supermarket, but it also has a fresh deli where one can find fresh bread and bakery items, a butcher, fresh dairy, full stocked wine and so much more. We sat down with owner and manager Philip Einhorn to get a few recipe favorites for Chanukah and to get our readers in the spirit of such a widely celebrated holiday.
Florida Students Gather In Solidarity For IsraelHundreds of South Florida teens are gathering to support those in Israel amid intensifying violence and tension in the region.
Women To Watch: Trend Tracker® With Cantor Rachelle NelsonIn this edition of Trend Tracker® Tara Gilani's “Women To Watch,” Gilani caught up with Cantor Rachelle Nelson at a special Shabbat service at Temple Beth Am in Miami.
Police Increasing Patrols During Yom KippurPolice will be patrolling the streets Friday night to provide extra police presence during Yom Kippur.
Sotloff's Rabbi Speaks Out About Family's Struggle The Rabbi of murdered South Florida journalist Steven Sotloff spoke out one day after the a video showing his execution was posted online.
Residents In NE Miami-Dade Neighboorhood Gather For Torah DedicationA Northeast Miami-Dade neighborhood held a Torah dedication ceremony Monday afternoon, a show of unity in the wake of several crimes in the area.