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Praying With Their Feet

Tomorrow, and really all of this weekend, we remember the inspiring legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his role in not only the civil rights movement in America, but for his contributions to humanity, and his leadership to … Continue reading

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What’s love got to do with it?

Parashat Va’etchannan: Why do we read this parasha every year after Tisha B’Av? I thought we were finished with all of the pleading already? This week, we spent a hungry evening on the floor reading Lamentations, remembering the horrific tragedies … Continue reading

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The Great Shlemiel

In case you needed another reason to spit when you say “Bernie Madoff,” the New York Times reports today that Madoff’s investment fraud is threatening the livelihoods of Israeli musicians. The America-Israel Cultural Foundation, as it turns out, invested its … Continue reading

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