Penn Hillel is helping students celebrate Passover by providing more than 500 Seder meals. Passover is a joyous occasion, but this year, sadness lingers.
More than 100 holocaust survivors gathered under one roof Sunday afternoon in Montgomery County for a pre-Passover Seder at the Merion Tribute House.
The Gershman Y is celebrating Passover with a Seder that is unlike any other you’ve seen.
There are local events that help teach the story of Passover, as well as other ways families can celebrate and learn about Jewish culture.
Philadelphia is blessed to have many excellent kosher restaurants, along with skilled chefs who are well-versed in preparing foods for Passover.
160 Philadelphia area women will gather tomorrow night for a Seder to help economically needy residents enjoy the season.
The price of lamb has gone up in this area, so what does that mean for your holiday meal this weekend?