Passover and the hunger for human connection

Passover — the ancient Hebrew exodus from Egypt — has been a rallying cry for freedom for thousands of years. In our own country, even though the Declaration of Independence proclaimed "life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness" as "unalienable

For all people, not just Jewish people, Passover is meant to break through the current-day "narrow straights" that restrict us from achieving the potential that can bring us happiness and help the world. But that potential rests on

Here in the Zevin household, April ushers in both Passover and Easter, reminding us that another year has gone by without my wife and I getting our act together and deciding what religion our children are. I am a non-practicing Jew and she is a

It was Good Friday and the Jewish holiday of Passover. Jewish families were completing last-minute preparations for Passover, which begins at sundown and commemorates the Israelite's exodus from slavery in Egypt, receipt of the Torah at Mount Sinai and

Chef Jerzy Gonzalez demonstrates some traditional Passover dishes including matzo ball soup and brisket.