Friday, September 4, 2015 Elul 20, 5775

Do you have a plan to avoid conflict at the seder table?
By:
Gail Snyder, Inside Magazine feature
As an adult, Stan Goldberg has always looked forward to celebrating Passover. This year, he will most likely attend an informal seder at a friend’s home in San Francisco, where he lives. But when he thinks about his youth, his associations with the holiday are less pleasant. “As a child and teenager growing up in Allentown, Passover was a dreaded...
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There’s a whole world of Passover traditions beyond what goes on at your seder table.
By:
Gail Snyder/Inside Magazine feature
What’s on your list of items to buy for this year’s seder? Apples … parsley … wine … horseradish … shank bones … matzah? What about some dark green scallions or a nice red brick? There’s little doubt that you have a lot to do to get ready for Passover. Even so, you might want to add some unusual items...
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By:
David A.M. Wilensky, JTA
Here is a peak into five of the best in this year's Haggadah crop.
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A guide to the public seders that will take place in the Philadelphia area.
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By:
Gabe Friedman, JTA
“The economics just finally caught up with us,” said the company founder’s great-grandson.
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