Happy New Year! In case you missed them, here are ten of TC Jewfolk’s Most Popular Posts in 2009:
Don’t believe a writer can offend almost every kind of Jew in the same article? Read Patrick Aleph’s hilarious post on the Jewcy blog this week, “What Flavor of New Jew Are You?”
A few of the amazing nuggets I thought were worth sharing from the Hazon Food Conference 2009 in Monterrey, California. The 4-day event focused on sustainable agriculture, Jewish ethics, environmentalism, and really delicious meals.
As if we haven’t gotten enough of this sort of thing during the High Holy Days, the secular tradition of making New Year’s resolutions lays out the challenge for each of us to call into question the validity of the way we live our daily lives.
If joining a gym and getting fit, losing weight, or building muscle is on your New Year’s Resolution list, become a member of the JCC. The Jewish Community Centers of Minneapolis and Saint Paul are offering deals to get you in their doors this January.
Don’t let winter weather get you down! Here’s the Alef List – hot happenings for hip Jews from now through Jan 11th.
Start the New Year off right. Pissing your pants laughing. TC Jewfolk has a special discount for you to see hilarious Jewish author, columnist and comedian Steve Hofstetter live in Saint Paul.
Is it Jewish to support national health care reform? Why or Why Not? Here is the response from Mark. R. Miller, Chair of the Republican Jewish Coalition’s Minnesota Chapter:
Is it Jewish to support national health care reform? Why or Why Not? Here is Minnesota State Representative Phyllis Kahn’s response:
Dear Shuli: It seems that in today’s society, many Jews tend to stick together very exclusively. After years of anti-Semitism and persecution (that still exists today), do we feel it necessary to make others feel uncomfortable? Why are Jews so cliquey?