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Diane Grollmus at her office at the University of Washington, where she's a Ph.D. candidate in English. (Photo by Jennifer Karami)

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70 years later, young Jews are rediscovering the heritage erased by the Holocaust.

A synagogue in Paris. (Photo from Flickr by Susan Sermoneta)

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In the face of growing anti-Semitism, French Jews eye a better life in America

The Cauliflower and Wild Mushroom Kugel served at the "A Monday Night in Winter" pop up restaurant. Sisters Anna and Molly Goren, Seattleites who organized the event, hope it will help bring more Jewish food choices to the area. (Photo by Lindsey Wasson / The Seattle Times)

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Seattle's Jewish community is growing fast developing a taste for traditional Ashkenazi cuisine.

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For young progressive Jews in the Northwest, talking about Israel with the older generation can be a minefield.

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Turns out the relationship between Jews and ethnic food runs deeper than just Chinese food on Christmas

Still from "Bethlehem" about an Israeli secret service officer and his Palestinian informant, playing at the Seattle Jewish Film Festival.

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One perk of living 2,000 years in the diaspora: great material for an international film festival!

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When I was growing up, Passover was the holiday where I sat around a table with my family reading the story of our distant...

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“So are you on team Iran or Israel?” A few days ago I walked into a coffee shop to meet my friend and that was...