Friday, February 27, 2015 AdarI 8, 5775

SPRINGFIELD, Mass. It's time to pull out your recipes for those special Chanukah traditions -- heaping tablespoons of friends, a pinch of shopping for the family, and plenty of candles, latkes and dreidels. But amidst the whirlwind of celebrating, how do you make Chanukah more meaningful during this season of consumerism? Harold Grinspoon, philanthropist and founder of the P.J. Library,...
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Rabbi David Gutterman, JE Feature
Vayeishev, Genesis 37:1-40:23 "The only way to make a dream come true," goes the aphorism, "is to wake up." But sometimes, a dream takes time to incubate. Vayachalom Yosef chalom -- "And Joseph dreamed a dream." The salient word, which liltingly lifts itself off the page, is chalom , "dream." Joseph was distrusted because of his dreams; worse yet, he...
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Return to shul evokes the miracle of Chanukah
For seven long months, the synagogue building was essentially off-limits: Chaos and disrepair had ensued as the result of severe water damage due to internal flooding. And for the members and staff of Congregation B'nai Abraham, it seemed like an exile of sorts. So does that mean that the return to the historic 97-year-old building on Lombard Street in Society...
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Rabbi David Gutterman, JE Feature
VAYISHLACH, Genesis 37:1-40:23 It's a very interesting fact. The street signs in Israel are chock-full of some of the most seminal events and personalities in the 3,500-year drama of the Jewish journey. Indeed, one could learn so much of the unfolding drama of our people by reflecting on what is recorded on them. Stroll along Jerusalem's King George Street, and...
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Noah's Ark, made out of wood by Lawrence Freifeld and artist Julie Ratmansky from the Congregations of Shaare Shamayim in Northeast Philadelphia, is apparently sailing well in these waters. The 6-foot-high work of art and joint tzedakah project was designed as an educational project for the religious school. It recently traveled to the Sholom Arbor House, as seen here, and...
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Temple Beth Hillel-Beth El
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