Around the world in five clicks! We hand-pick unusual and noteworthy news items of Jewish interest from all corners of the globe. It’s like taking your web-surfing in a convenient “to go” cup. A fresh serving of news, brought to you by JewDub.
This week, we have an insightful article about growing up observant in Dallas Texas, some local Seattle pro-Israel advocacy, as well as a wonderful overview of a disappearing Jewish community in Argentina. And no, we couldn’t resist some knaidel coverage from last week’s Scripps Spelling Bee. Schmaltzy? Maybe, but also interesting!
In her NY Times Op-ed, Dara Horn weighs in on the “tempest in a soup bowl” and the historical subtext of Yiddish spelling debates. Tablet Magazine is also on the knaidel beat: one piece looks at the etymology of knaidel and another covers the Bee winner’s trip to the Carnegie Deli to sample the famous dumpling.
Argentina’s Jewish cowboys: the remains of a remarkable Jewish community in Latin America.
Pining for a conservative Bar-Mitzvah: insightful lessons from growing up frum.
Antioch University holds Israel Diversity Week — Thanks Jew-ish.com for the coverage!
A virtual tour of Jewish Berlin. Grab some knaidelach and see the sites.
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