Hevria News

Neshamas Find Ways To Cope

By On November 24, 2017

Neshamas try to find hope.… Read More

Essay

Do Jews Need Thanksgiving?

By On November 23, 2017

While sitting around a long table stuffed to the brim with copious amounts of food, in a room decorated with hand-traced turkeys, what are we meant to be thankful for? What exactly… Read More

Music

WATCH: “I See You” By Rachel Kann

By On November 22, 2017

Watch "I See You," a Hevria poem brought to life by director Jeffrey Bomberger.… Read More

Guest Post

Homeland

By On November 22, 2017

My father is the inspiration behind every meal I cook.… Read More

Poem

Survivors

By On November 21, 2017

Everyone gave you advice, especially me. So hard to just say, "I'm sorry your daughter is gone"… Read More

Essay

What Is A “Good Jewish Education”?

By On November 21, 2017

Teach her that to be Jewish is to be kind. … Read More

Guest Post

Hands Untangled

By On November 20, 2017

My hands are just a reflection of your name.… Read More

Essay

I Don’t Have The Answers

By On November 20, 2017

And why should I? I’m only 37. My oldest child is only eight. I have so much to learn, and sense that even if I’m fortunate enough to gain wisdom, there will… Read More

HevriaCast

HevriaCast Episode 24: Eitan Press

By On November 20, 2017

Eitan Press, the mastermind behind Aleph Male, a new beard balm that's been a bit hit in the Jewish press, joins Elad to discuss everything from Jewish masculinity to the creative power… Read More

Poem

I’m Sick Of It. (And Yet…)

By On November 19, 2017

Losing stuff, mean people, hair in my food... I rant a bit. And hope for something better.… Read More

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