As rockets fall and alarms go off, an interview with mother of seven, Devorah Goodman Horev in southern Israel.
What is it about Jews and the Jewish state that riles up the rest of the world? What does it take to be a 'tzaddik', i.e., a righteous individual? Are some of us simply beyond redemption? Humor, introspection and mayhem dominate this week's show.
Does the expected blood-moon lunar eclipse spell an end to the world as we know it?
Why do we still mourn the destruction of Temples?
Is the concept of 'refuge city' outmoded in a society where unpopular opinions result in shunning, proclamations of irrelevance or worse? What does Judaism say about protecting the environment, wife-carrying competitions, tattooed preachers, saving Kenya's and more...
A proud American who happens to live in the Holy Land.
Andrea discusses the visiting Prince of Wales.
Should you take your kids to demonstrations?
The Diaspora's relationship with Israel does not bode well.
Why New York's Israel Day Parade feels embarrassing.
As usual, the world points a collective finger at Israel.
How much effort should be expended in quelling Jew-hatred?
Arabs in Gaza invade, and slaughter its citizens while the world blames . . . .ISRAEL!
The gruesome assassinations of Iranian writers, intellectuals, activists and scholars who opposed the theocratic regime of the Mullahs.
The real truth you can find from the bonfire inside of you!
Driving on the wrong side of the road and coming home.
Israel commemorates her dead warriors. . .
The most powerful week on the Israeli secular calendar is one that storms the Heavens and screams "ZIONISM"!
Dust off the old Haggadah and join Andrea for a fresh look at the Exodus from Egypt. Also, Joanna Shebson of “Fun in Jerusalem” shares some of exciting events taking place during the intermediate days.
Approaching the Festival of Freedom, what is our ‘personal’ relationship to Israel from Diaspora living rooms?
Roger Waters, Stephan Hawking, the first woman to cross the Marathon line and preparing for Passover with both humor and spiritual awareness.
Guests Ruth Guggenheim, former Executive Director of the East Coast branch of Jews for Judiasm, and Shannon Nuszen, a former missionary who is today an observant Jew explore this explosive topic.
Vashti, Esther and Zeresh. Passionate cast of female characters who helped pave the path - intentional or not.
Powerful insights regarding music, failure, optimism and the beauty of 'silence'.
Will South Africa prosper or plotz with the Zuma resignation? How many cigars can Bibi smoke?