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Enjoy and don’t destroy

Tu B’Shevat is coming — The Birthday of the Trees!! This is the time to enjoy the out of doors. Find a tree and give it a name — care

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Cancel Culture and Judaism

Dear Rabbi Fried, We’ve always had a very loving family who enjoyed each other’s company. Unfortunately, my family was very divided over the recent election and some family members have

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A snapshot of life from 1958

Downsizing isn’t fun, but sometimes it’s necessary. I’m going through it now as I prepare to leave my home of almost four decades for one much smaller, but still nearby.

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Cancel Culture and Judaism

Dear Rabbi Fried, We’ve always had a very loving family who enjoyed each other’s company. Unfortunately, my family was very divided over the recent election and some family members have

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A snapshot of life from 1958

Downsizing isn’t fun, but sometimes it’s necessary. I’m going through it now as I prepare to leave my home of almost four decades for one much smaller, but still nearby.

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Love, unity and the Exodus

By Rabbi Dan LewinParashat Vaeira Love, a strong inner movement to come closer to something or someone, is the first of the soul’s seven powers that make up our character.

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The miracle of Hanukkah will go on

By Ethel G. Hofman (JNS) Jewish individuals and families around the world will light the first Hanukkah candle after sundown on Dec. 10, marking the beginning of the eight-day “Festival

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Hanukkah foods: not just latkes!

By Tina Wasserman Hanukkah is earlier this year and the Thanksgiving dishes aren’t even dry yet. I know you can order your gifts by mail to those you love but

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