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This coming week we will hold our Passover Seder and say the words as we have traditionally for near two thousand years, “Next year in Jerusalem.” How many of us even think for a moment that we really desire to hold our Seder next
Wednesday, September 26, 2012 LOT to be on ballots across the valley Total tax on lodging could reach 10 percent in Hailey The cities of Ketchum, Sun Valley and Hailey all approved ballot language earlier this month to ask voters if they support a
First Edition Poetry by john oliver simon First Edition features original works by Northern California Jewish writers. In the first issue of each month, j. publishes a poem and an excerpt from a piece of new fiction. Works may be submitted to .(
Dressed in shorts, sneakers and a shirt with a giant eye on the back, Arlington resident Rufus Butler Seder bounces from a 2,200-degree furnace filled with white-hot molten glass to an aluminum oxide-blasting nozzle to a kiln that brings glass to 1,
The winners (left to right) were Chad Hyatt for his fish cakes and spicy peanut dipping sauce (creative category), Bee Cherkas for her dark chocolate matzah roca (overall winner), Shirley Milenko for her matzah kugel (savory) and Lottie Burger for
The ghost of Anakin visits Darth Seder; tribute to MCA, Maurice Sendak and Vidal Sassoon. Photo: Courtesy Forget Avengers (even if it did have the biggest opening weekend ever) if the day needs saving, call some Jewish celebrities!
May 06, 2012 Cambridge teen Trinidad Ramkissoon is trying to escape gang life through theater. Search Video Style Despite the slow economy, US sales of watches costing more than $1,000 are on the rebound Style Scenes from Peter and Ronni Simon's
A lot of people don't know that, for nearly thirty years, Istanbul had its own working matzo factory, or that Istanbul still has its own non-working matzo factory. Known in Turkish as the doughless oven, located in Galata, on the northern bank of the
Chabad spokesman Rabbi Menachem Brod sparked a lively debate in the Haredi forum "Stop, Thinking Here," when he referred to bread and wine as allegories for flesh and blood. The article, in last week's Talk of the Week, the Chabad Youth Organization'
Jeff Jacoby has been an op-ed columnist for The Boston Globe since February 1994. always falls during the week that follows Passover. At first glance, the two would seem to have little in common one memorializes the millions of European Jews