Monday, August 3, 2015 Av 18, 5775

Chayyei Sarah, Genesis 23:1-25:18
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Rabbi Danielle Stillman
Long before we are given the commandment in Exodus to “not oppress the stranger,” the story of Abraham teaches us what it feels like to be a stranger. Chayyei Sarah opens with the death of Sarah, and Abraham’s negotiations with the local Hittites to procure a burial space for her.
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An appreciation of the lasting appeal of the krenzel
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It's time to give the time-honored tradition of the krenzel — the crowning of a mother upon her last child's marriage — its due.
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Engagement shootings come out of the studio and into everywhere
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By Gail Snyder, Simchas feature
The engagement photo has come out of the studio and into its own.
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An increasingly important element for party planning
By:
Gail Snyder, Simchas feature
A Save The Date is your most effective means of making sure everyone you want at your wedding will be there.
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More options than ever to go green at Philly parties
By:
Elyse Glickman, Simchas feature
Party professionals share their latest innovations for making your life cycle reception as green as possible.
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Old York Road Temple-Beth Am
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Beth Israel Congregation
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