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Community takes steps toward healing

Gratitude expressed to law enforcement, community support By Sharon Wisch-Ray This wasn’t his first healing service, but this one was different, said Rabbi Charlie Cytron-Walker, less than 48 hours after

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Dallas Doings

Anshai Torah to welcome Dr. Yehuda Kurtzer

Submitted Story Congregation Anshai Torah’s eleventh annual Arnie Sweet Scholar-in-Residence program will welcome Dr. Yehuda Kurtzer, president of the Shalom Hartman Institute of North America, on Sunday, Feb. 6, and

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Dallas Doings

Dallas Doings: January 27th, 2022

Prepare for Jewish life after high school A new series, “Are Jew Ready? Life Beyond High School,” will start next week. The program is geared toward Jewish high school students

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Thoughts on Colleyville

By Rabbi Ariel Rackovsky Editor’s note: This sermon was delivered at Shabbat morning services Jan. 22. My colleague and friend Rabbi David Wolkenfeld of Chicago said it best in a

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Thoughts on Colleyville

By Rabbi Ariel Rackovsky Editor’s note: This sermon was delivered at Shabbat morning services Jan. 22. My colleague and friend Rabbi David Wolkenfeld of Chicago said it best in a

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Are we borrowers or guardians?

By Rabbi Dan LewinParashat Mishpatim When one looks at the abundance of mitzvahs in the Torah, a common question arises: Are these commandments supposed to make sense to me? Depending

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Recipes

Recipes

Jews and Chinese food

By Tina Wasserman There have always been two major factors in the spread of the Jewish Diaspora: commerce and persecution. The arrival of Jewish émigrés into Far East Asia and

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Hanukkah/Thanksgiving Recipes

Dishes for Thanksgiving 2021

By Tina Wasserman Here’s a festive salad that will easily go with all your Thanksgiving dishes. I recently purchased Red Apple balsamic vinegar from Seven Barrels when I was in

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