In the 1900s, Tijuana welcomed Jewish refugees fleeing wars, hate and poverty in Europe, Asia and the Mideast.
Tijuana Jews, the story of the extended Artenstein family, has become a POCHO Rosh HaShana (New Year) tradition ever since we noticed rosh-ha-shana rhymed with Tijuana in 2012.
The Jewish year 5777 begins at sundown Sunday, October 2. We wish all who celebrate a happy, healthy, peaceful, loving, prosperous, and sweet New Year.
In Ladino — the hybrid Spanish-Hebrew language Jews spoke in Al Andaluz before the Inquisition — that’s ANYADA BUENA I DULSE!
OY! DON’T RUN AWAY SO FAST! HOW ABOUT SOME NICE KOSHER NACHOS AKA TOTOPOS DE GRIBEÑES CON GUACAMOLE?