It's no secret that the Jewish community loves to build awe-inspiring synagogues to worship in.
Jerusalem might be the most famous city in the world. Revered by the major monotheistic religions, the city has attracted the attention of the devoted.
The moment I kicked in the door of the abandoned house in the heart of the Catskills, I felt like I was in an episode of The Twilight Zone.
Bordered by the Mediterranean, the Dead Sea and the Red Sea, Israel has long been known as a country blessed with a plethora of beautiful beaches.
In the past 10 years there has been an influx of quality nail and beauty salons opening up in Tel Aviv.
The Lower East Side is now filled with lots of hipsters, restaurants and bars. But some young people don’t know it is also filled with Jewish history.
Jews can trace their history in Prague all the way back to 970 CE.
The Passover pilgrimage to Six Flags, which some years is open exclusively to visitors from the Orthodox Union’s National Conference of Synagogue Youth.
Chicago is a diverse and colorful city, painted and characterized by the immigrants who made it what it is today.
The Portuguese Synagogue is a stunning testament to the Jewish culture of Amsterdam.