‘I’ll Have What She’s Having’: Culture, Not Just Corned Beef

May 30, 2024

Growing up Jewish in the nation’s capital in the mid-20th century we took for granted Sunday morning bagels, lox and cream cheese from Parkway, Posin’s or Hofberg’s Kosher Deli. “Deli” […]

Conversations about Environmental Justice

January 23, 2024

Drawing on the values of Tu B’Shvat, “Jewish Arbor Day,” you will hear from a panel of speakers working locally for equal access to natural resources and equal protection from […]

Museum Picks: RBG, ‘Red,’ ‘Look Here,’ Frank Stewart 

July 27, 2023

‘Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg’ “Notorious RBG: The Life and Times of Ruth Bader Ginsburg” — at the Capital Jewish Museum — is both a […]

Salon Nights: I Dissent Collar Making

June 29, 2023

Multi-disciplinary artist Roxana Alger Geffen leads a creative evening of craftivism, conversation, and civic engagement.

Capital Jewish Museum Opens June 9

June 8, 2023

Background on the Museum Building The Lillian and Albert Small Capital Jewish Museum, opening June 9, at 575 3rd St NW, is not just the repository of Jewish life in […]