Friday, July 11, 2014 Tammuz 13, 5774

Soups are a cool way to bring in Shavuot
By:
Linda Morel, Jewish Telegraphic Agency
Shavuot celebrations often center around brunch, where lox and bagels grab the attention. Those who branch out typically gravitate to blintzes and kugels. But in the Old Country, Shavuot meals often started with cold, creamy soups -- an appetizer that has all but disappeared in today's grab-and-go world. I suspect that cold soups have been replaced by smoothies, a staple...
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By:
Rabbi Jon Cutler
In the traditional reading of the Haggadah, the following text is heard at Passover seders: "Your ancestors dwelt on the other side of the river, Terah, the father of Abraham and the father of Nahor, and they served other gods. And I took your father Abraham from the other side of the river, and led him throughout all the land...
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Bamidbar, Numbers 1:1-4:20
By:
Rabbi David Gutterman
This week, we begin the fourth book of Moses. You will, no doubt, recognize its English name more readily than its Hebrew moniker. In English, it is known as the book of Numbers, yet the rabbis give it the appellation of chumash ha'pi'kudim, the book of Countings. Indeed, we begin with a census of the Jewish people. But, upon a...
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BECHUKOTAI, Vayikra 26:3-27:34
By:
Rabbi Robert Rubin
Oy! What is happening in the world? A cyclone in Myanmar, an earthquake in China, fires in Florida. Tornadoes in the central United States. These disasters have all occurred within the last few weeks. Such natural phenomena are powerful, scary and overwhelming. We cannot control them. We cannot prevent them from happening, and often cannot even predict them. They remind...
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B'HAR, Leviticus 25:1-26:2
By:
Rabbi Jay M. Stein
Ask students how many days are left in the school year, and they will probably be able to tell you the exact number. In fact, some students will even be able to tell you how many hours are left, or even how many English or algebra classes remain. Somehow, knowing exactly how much school is left makes the journey more...
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Fri. Jul 11
Beth Sholom Congregation
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Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El
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