The Summer Jewish Wedding Season is underway, yet so many folks are NOT feeling the love. So many singles AND married folks are wondering where’s their “happily ever-after?” While no one can promise you happily …Keep Reading!
Heather Dean’s career as a broadcast journalist began in 1988 at MTV ‘Music Television’ when she interned in the network’s News division, in New York City. Soon after, she was hired to work on various programs in MTV’s Production department. In 1992, Heather began producing media news stories and celebrity interviews for such global outlets as The Associated Press (AP) Radio Network; E! Entertainment Television; TV Guide; People Magazine Online; Teen People Magazine; and Family Circle Magazine.
Heather has also been interviewed on camera for such networks as NBC News, MSNBC, Fox News and Fox 5 New York to comment on various breaking entertainment news stories. When she wasn’t covering movie premieres and album release parties, she visited The Holy Land when her schedule permitted. Eventually, Heather decided that living in Israel is vastly more desirable and meaningful to her, and so she made Aliyah in 2001. Heather met her future husband in Israel, less than a month before 9/11. They remain in Israel, and it is the birthplace of all of their children.
Heather’s show, “The Modern Jewish Home” is an hour-long program with a variety of dynamic segments, and is targeted to Jewish women, yet relevant to all Jewish adults.
Heather’s years of broadcast interviewing experience help her bring out the best in her guests, experts in such fields as: Jewish holidays, the Land of Israel, relationship dynamics, inspiration and useful tips for working moms, health and nutrition, home organization, Jewish entertainment, and fantastic kosher recipes. Occasionally, Heather spotlights a star in the Jewish world whose community service or ‘celebrity’ benefits the Jewish people, and another guest who humorously talks about the complexities and quirks of a Jewish woman’s life.
Lag B’Omer is on our radar, and with the festive bonfires come more reasons to get outside: picnic season! Businesswoman and raconteuse Dena Gottlieb is in the studio with a few jaw-dropping true stories which …Keep Reading!
Heather spends an unforgettable hour this week with Allison Josephs, founder of “Jew in the City,” the organization known internationally for breaking down mistaken or antiquated stereotypes about Orthodox Judaism, and also providing information and …Keep Reading!
Home should be a haven from work and everything else we experience “out there.” But what if you’re challenged by a nasty case of “job burnout?” Do you drag yourself to work, and have trouble …Keep Reading!
Post-Passover pass-out? Not a Chance! We are making this a Post-Passover with a purpose! It’s time to get back to business, and not business-as-usual. Businesswoman and international women’s mentor Edie Berg is back on the …Keep Reading!
It’s Chol haMoed, the days that flan the first and last day of the Passover Festival – sort of like a Jewish Spring Break – when we are (hopefully) enjoying quality time with our family …Keep Reading!
We’ve got a passion for Passover! Brynie Greisman, recipe writer and food columnist at Mishpacha magazine, and owner of Tasty Lo-fat Creations shares a wealth of Passover recipes so delicious, you’ll enjoy them all year-round. …Keep Reading!
This week’s show is your hour-long companion as we ready our thoughts, our family, and THE KITCHEN for Passover. We are gearing up for the Festival of Our Freedom with practical advice from those who …Keep Reading!
Corporate tycoon Estée Lauder, was known to say, “I never dreamed about success. I worked for it.” Want to grow your business? Just as modern Jewish women everywhere want life at home to be happy …Keep Reading!
Albert Einstein is known to have said, “Rejoice with your family in the beautiful land of life!” Nice thought. And then there is Jerry Seinfeld’s famous line, “There is no such thing as fun for …Keep Reading!