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

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Kohn’s Kosher food stand back at Busch Stadium for Cards home opener

Ellen Futterman, Editor-in-Chief April 6, 2022

There are few sure things in Cardinals baseball, but one thing you can count on this season: Kohn’s kosher food stand will be operating at its usual Busch Stadium location, behind section 147. That will start with the team’s home opener...

Caleb Pultman

PAC this in

Ellen Futterman, Editor March 15, 2017

PAC this inOn Monday, a ridiculously impressive and incredibly likable teenager, Caleb Pultman, came to my office and told me about the super PAC he created called Path Forward USA. In order to fully understand, I needed a quick refresher in American...

Irving and Kay Diamant in front of their store in 2011.

Irving Diamant, longtime owner of U. City deli, dies at 79

BY ROBERT A. COHN, Editor-in-Chief Emeritus August 24, 2016

Irving Diamant, who with his wife, Kay, owned and operated Diamant’s Kosher Meat Market in University City for more than half a century, died Wednesday, Aug. 17. He was 79 and a longtime resident of the St. Louis area, most recently of Town & Country. Mr....

Shirley Berman has volunteered assembling bimah baskets for JF&CS since 1994.  Photos: Ellen Futterman

Bima basket brigade; Kohn’s new ballpark stand

Ellen Futterman, Editor April 6, 2016

Bima basket brigade I’m not keen on doing stories pegged to commemorative months, mostly because so many groups and organizations now have a particular month (or week or day) dedicated to raising awareness of an issue or cause, or celebrating some...

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