As told by: Chelsea Ferguson
Festivals and crowds of people I don’t know have never really been my ‘thing’. On top of that, people kept telling me the Queen Mary is haunted – which is also not really my ‘thing’. However, after going to my second Jewlicious Festival, I find myself More >
This past weekend, an annual gathering of young and old Jewish professionals, enthusiasts and celebrators gathered to revel in each other’s company. Jewlicious Festival that encourages Jewish youth to both engage and incorporate Judaism into their lives by giving them an opportunity to speak to Jewish role models, entrepreneurs, scholars More >
While cleaning out our office the other day, we found a box of Lost & Found from Jewlicious Festival (at least this year’s if not also previous years) and decided it’s come time to rid ourselves of the items. Below are pictures of the individual items found that have been More >
This past weekend, Jewlicious Festival 7.0 was once again held in Long Beach at the Alpert Jewish Community Center from 25-27 February with hundreds of Jewish students and other young people in attendance. Along with SoCalJSS, JConnectLA, and Jewlicious, Beach Hillel was involved in producing the festival as it has since More >
OK, not what it sounds like…
All I meant was that Rabbi Drew became a member of a select group of Jewish people doing interesting things who have been interviewed by Patrick Aleph of PunkTorah.com. Here’s the interview taken at the tail end of the recent Jewlicious Festival in Long Beach:
Rabbi Drew More >
Yeah. We’re excited. Did you order your tickets yet? Better get to it at JewliciousFestivals.com. See you soon!
All are welcome for a fantastic evening of celebrating the New year with song, great food and inspired interactive student lead service.
Candle lighting at 6:30 dinner to follow
RSVP ebanarie@gmail for directions. The Kaplan’s live three minutes from CSULB! 869 Kallin Ave Long Beach CA 90815
FREE for students!
Here are the deets More >
The Jewish Federations of North America are searching for America’s next Jewish Community Hero. Someone who “strides to repair the world, starting in their own communities.” They ask, “Do you know a hero?” Beach Hillel’s answer: “We know TWO!”
Our very own beloved Rabbi Yonah Bookstein and Beach Hillel Board President More >