The Torah of Disability Inclusion — JDAIM 2019

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Rabbi Ruti Regan will be at Adath Jeshurun Congregation as our Numero-Steinfeldt Scholar-in-Residence the weekend of February 22-24, 2019 as part of JDAIM—Jewish Disability Awareness, Acceptance & Inclusion Month. Rabbi Regan will spend Friday at Adath welcoming Shabbat with Gan Shelanu Preschool, then assist Hazzan Joanna Dulkin for her weekly talk to the Pre-K class […]

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Behind The Scenes Of Beth El’s Tu B’Shevat Seder

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What does it take to put on a one-of-a-kind event for a less-than-well-known holiday? Or asking top local chefs to step outside of their comfort zones to cook in a style that they aren’t used to? That’s what happens each winter at Beth El Synagogue for the annual Tu B’Shevat Seder. This year’s event was […]

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Celebrating 10 Years Of Jewfolk!

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2019 is the TENTH anniversary of TC Jewfolk! And we’re celebrating all year long by sharing with you some thoughts from around our community about what TC Jewfolk means as we approach our first decade! Here’s our first one from founding board member and someone instrumental in our start, Rabbi Avi Olitzky! Inscribed prominently over […]

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Refresh Your Tu B’shvat With These Recipes

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With a dusting of fresh snow on the ground and single-digit temperatures, it’s hard to believe that spring is around the corner. Yet in Israel – it truly is. As we prepare to celebrate Earth, spring and renewal for Tu B’shvat on Jan. 21, how about we refresh our old recipes as well? Instead of […]

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Service In Store For MLK Day At TTSP

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While most schools have the day off Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, Talmud Torah St. Paul is once again staying open to continue its tradition of using the day to teach about MLK. “We always include the community and we’ve always had people come who aren’t Jewish but want to be involved in social justice […]

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Wrapped Up Making My Own Talit

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When I first joined Beth Jacob Congregation with my then-fiance in anticipation of our upcoming wedding, there was no way to ignore that I was expected to wear a tallit when going up to the bima for our pre-wedding aliyah. I had never seen women wear tallit before joining Beth Jacob, much less put one […]

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Kvetching Korner: (Ch)Han(n)uk(k)a(h)

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Every year, I try to learn something new about the Jewish holidays, something outside of my Hebrew school classroom – this year I learned that there are 16 different ways to spell Hanukkah. Sixteen different ways to spell a holiday that lasts eight wonderful nights, but gets significantly less excitement and celebration than Christmas, which […]

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8 Hanukkah Movie Ideas for Hallmark

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Before I begin, let the record show that I had the idea for this article BEFORE Hallmark announced they were going to make Hanukkah movies! That being said, If Hallmark wants to get in contact with me after this article comes out to flesh out some of the ideas, I’m 100% down #callme. Christmas movies. […]

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Moishe House is Ready to Rock – Silently

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Moishe House Twin Cities is so excited to host our 2018 Silent Disco Hanukkah Party! What the Hanukkah is a Silent Disco? A Silent Disco, also known as a Silent Rave, is a new DJ solution for throwing epic parties. But now, without disturbing your neighbors! Each attendee will be given a set of wireless […]

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