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The FeedFeed Hit With Lawsuit Alleging Workplace Racism and Sexism – Eater

| January 11, 2022

Even if the FeedFeed cooking website and social media accounts are unfamiliar to you, its aesthetic has surely infiltrated your Instagram or Pinterest: endless pictures of glimmering pasta and molten cheese pulls, all under the #feedfeed hashtag, which has collected more than 19 million photos on Instagram. Your favorite food influencer has probably collaborated with the FeedFeed account, been featured on it, or promoted the hashtags in pursuit of a boost in followers and visibility

Why there needs to be an Orthodox episode of Queer Eye – Forward

| January 11, 2022

Picture this: A woman, her hair covered with a scarf, watches as Jonathan Van Ness, the hair and makeup expert for Netflixs Queer Eye styles her sheitel.

Op-Ed: Will Guantanamo Bay prison ever close? – Los Angeles Times

| January 11, 2022

On Jan. 11, 2002, a U.S. military plane landed at our base in Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, and the first men deemed the worst of the worst by then-Vice President Dick Cheney were brought into the now-infamous detention center

The Bay Area’s 11 most anticipated restaurants opening this winter – San Francisco Chronicle

| January 11, 2022

With omicron spreading in the Bay Area and many restaurants temporarily shutting down, it may be tempting to assume nothing good will happen in the food scene this winter. But new restaurants are still planning to debut, and some of them are extremely exciting.

The plant power of veganuary – Jewish News

| January 11, 2022

Are you one of more than half a million people worldwide (according to last years figures) who have committed to eating only vegan food for the whole of January?

New online translation by Sefaria may be the Jerusalem Talmuds Cinderella moment – The Times of Israel

| January 11, 2022

The Babylonian Talmuds lesser-known counterpart the Jerusalem Talmud is getting its moment in the limelight with the introduction of its first and only complete online manuscript, along with full English and French translations. Released late last month by Sefaria, a nonprofit offering free access to Jewish texts, the Jerusalem Talmud joins its Babylonian cousin, which Sefaria previously made available online. As a Jewish text the Talmud, an ancient collection of rabbinic interpretations on matters of faith and religious law, has never been known for its accessibility

Keeping the faith: This year, let’s learn to engage in a society of many different opinions – The Columbus Dispatch

| January 11, 2022

Rabbi Hillel Skolnik| Special to The Columbus Dispatch It is an old joke within the Jewish community that if you put three people in a room, youll hear four opinions.

Tu B’Shvat’s Evolution From Tax Day to Earth Day – Algemeiner

| January 11, 2022

Like other Jewish holidays, the festival of Tu BShvat the 15th day of the month of Shevat has undergone changes since its first mention in the Jewish legal corpus known as the Mishnah, some 1,700 years ago. There, it was described as the New Year for the Tree.

Sovereignty begins at Homesh | Jonathan Ariel | The Blogs – The Times of Israel

| January 11, 2022

The recent demands to retroactively legalize Homesh as an appropriate Zionist response to the recent terror attack in which yeshiva student Yehuda Dimentman was killed put the young settlement issue back in the news. The term young settlements (hityashvut tzeira in Hebrew) is PR verbal laundering coined to try and give a veneer of respectability to the dozens of illegal outposts that dot the hills all over Judea and Samaria

What are ethical wills? They’re a beautiful gift for generations to come – The San Diego Union-Tribune

| January 11, 2022

When he began writing about ethical wills in the 1970s, former San Diego Rabbi Jack Riemer would spend much of his time explaining this ancient Jewish tradition before he could even get into the notion of writing one of your own. Regular wills pass on your valuables, he would tell them, but ethical wills pass on your values


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