A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

A nonprofit, independent news source to inform, inspire, educate and connect the St. Louis Jewish community.

St. Louis Jewish Light

Jewish Podcasts

Popular Held Podcast takes center stage at Nishmah Women’s Retreat

Popular “Held” Podcast takes center stage at Nishmah Women’s Retreat

Jordan Palmer, Chief Digital Content OfficerPublished July 1, 2024

In the ancient wisdom of the Torah, the phrase na’ashe v’nishmah – "We will do and we will hear" – captures a deep commitment to action and understanding. This timeless principle, which also inspires the name of the Nishmah women’s group at...

‘Lost Tables’ podcast episode 2: The Greek Gourmet

‘Lost Tables’ podcast episode 2: The Greek Gourmet

Jordan Palmer, Chief Digital Content OfficerPublished June 10, 2024

Welcome to "Lost Tables," a new podcast that delves into the rich culinary history of St. Louis, brought to you by Dr. Harley Hammerman, the mind behind the popular websites Lost Tables and Lost Dishes. Hammerman, a radiologist with a deep-rooted passion...

Dr. Mollie Wallick

The untold story of Jewish gay rights pioneer Dr. Mollie Wallick

Jordan Palmer, Chief Digital Content OfficerPublished May 29, 2024

The St. Louis Jewish Light is proud to announce the continuation of our partnership with the JWA. Together, we will bring many parts of the JWA collection to St. Louis readers, as well as promote the “Can We Talk?” podcast by sharing both current...

The Isle of Klezbos (L to R): Shoko Nagai, Debra Kreisberg, Eve Sicular, Saskia Lane, Melissa Fogarty, Pam Fleming. Credit: Angela Jimenez.

Listen Now! How the Klezmer revival of the 70s / 80s is linked to queer liberation

Published April 2, 2024

The St. Louis Jewish Light is proud to announce the continuation of our partnership with the JWA. Together, we will bring many parts of the JWA collection to St. Louis readers, as well as promote the “Can We Talk?” podcast by sharing both current...

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