Dodger Stadium Opens First Kosher Concession StandFor the first time at Dodger Stadium, a concession stand is offering kosher food.
Best Passover Events in Los AngelesCelebrate Passover in Los Angeles at these unique events for the whole family to enjoy.
Only On CBS2: Authors Of Controversial New Book Try To Pinpoint What Makes Certain Ethnic Groups SuccessfulYale law professors and spouses Amy Chua and Jed Rubenfeld are generating a lot of buzz for a book that pinpoints traits they feel make certain ethnic groups more successful than others.
Best Hostels And Budget Hotels In OCFor the cross-country or international traveler, a visit to sunny Orange County may be a pricey expedition. But these Orange County youth hostels are an affordable alternative for traveling students or visitors on a budget.
Community Passover Celebrations In OCFrom the most devout follower to the mere interested observer Orange County offers a variety of options for families interested in the celebration of the Jewish Passover holiday.
Passover Recipes From An OC ChefIf you've never participated in a Passover Seder, you may not know how many regulations govern the food that is part of the Seder. Chef Cathy Garland of Lucca Cafe in Irvine provides three recipes (including the considerations to take in preparing them) that you can include in a Passover Seder.
Rivers Called On To Apologize For Comparing Klum's Dress To The HolocaustRivers is in hot water over comments she made earlier in the week that used Nazi Germany to compliment a dress worn by supermodel Heidi Klum.
Hate Crimes Drop By 28 Percent In Los Angeles CountyReported hate crimes in Los Angeles County fell by 28 percent in 2010 to the lowest level in 21 years, according to the county Commission on Human Relations' annual report released Thursday.
LA Rabbi: Exoneration Of Jews In Jesus' Death 'Critically Important'A local Oscar-winning rabbi is applauding Pope Benedict for clearing the Jewish people of any collective responsibility for the crucifixion of Christ.
LA County: Hate Crimes Drop, Jews Targeted MoreThe number of reported hate crimes in LA County dipped in 2009, but a growing number used white supremacy symbols, including swastikas.