July is full of parties and getogethers for families and young adults alike.
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Ravid Kahalani, the frontman for Yemen Blues, has a message to deliver. I just wish Kahalani would shut up and let the music do the talking for him.
On families, magic, wonder and the occasional discarded piece of hazardous waste.
Five Devices to help you connect to Minneapolis’ Jewish Community with a pen and a cracker sleeve.
If you’ve ever asked yourself, “What does Judaism say about food and our environment?” this Shabbat Synaplex weekend is for you.
Minneapolis Federation’s 3rd Annual Casino Night – It’s a Jew-must-do. You won’t want to miss it (or the Beth El after party)!
The best events of the next couple of weeks, November 17th through December 2nd, are all connected to music in one way or another. There’s the spirited Instrumental Minyan at Beth El, a super hip concert at the Varsity Theatre, and the Minneapolis Jewish Federation’s Super Sunday, notably the After Dark party featuring karaoke. Now I may be biased, but I find the musical experience among the most religious of all experiences. Nevertheless, whether you want to be a part of it, or simply appreciate the talents of others, get out there and have a great couple of weeks. There will be plenty of time for sitting around during Thanksgiving.
The “Alef List” is TC Jewfolk’s A-list. Every other Tuesday I’ll highlight the best of what’s coming up to save you the trouble of wading through it all. I’ll keep an eye on all of the community calendars and cultural listings so you don’t have to. My goal is to let you know about coolest Jewish things, whether they are taking place at a local Jewish Community Center, synagogue, at First Ave, or at an Uptown Minneapolis hot spot. If it’s even peripherally Jewish, it’s game.