Friday, August 22, 2014 Av 26, 5774

Dear Miriam,

I've recently started dating someone who is not Jewish. For the moment, it's not super serious, making this question mostly hypothetical for me. But this is my first foray into dating non Jews (I've never been opposed to it in principle, but I've just happened to only date Jews in the past), so I am wondering when and how to bring up the topic of religion. I'm relatively observant and being religiously Jewish is a big part of my identity.

Signed,
Newly Dating

Dear Newly,

I've gotten a lot of feedback on my recent "Interfaith...

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While today's post is not holiday related, I'd be remiss if I didn't start by wishing everyone a very happy Purim!

Dear Miriam,

While it's still winter, I want to make a great cholent for Shabbat, but my slow-cooker creations never turn out the way I expect. Any suggestions?

Signed,
Crockpot Crapshoot

Dear Crockpot,

For those readers who might not be familiar, cholent is a thick stew that traditionally cooks overnight on Fridays to be served for Shabbat lunch. The first time I had cholent was in college, and the Goucher kosher...

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This week's question comes just in time for me to point you to tonight's Topics on Tap program about Interfaith relationships portrayed in film. We'll be at the Black Sheep at 7:00 watching movie clips, grabbing a drink and learning about this important and relevant topic!

Dear Miriam,

I'm engaged, and my fiance is converting to Judaism. We're taking classes together, starting to do Shabbat at home, and really loving the transition, but we're getting pushback from some friends and family, especially on his side. How can we balance our excitement about our journey with...

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