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30 years of learning and growth for DATA

By Deb Silverthorn  As the Dallas Area Torah Association (DATA) turns 30 this year, its rabbis and leadership celebrate thousands of students, hundreds of programs and, most importantly, the third

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Between the sea and the mountain

By Rabbi Ben SternmanParashat Beshallach With parashat Beshallach, the Exodus story reaches its apparent climax: The sea parts, the Israelites march through, the Egyptians are drowned. The children of Israel,

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The NACH Yomi celebration

Dear Rabbi Fried, I’ve been seeing flyers and advertisements for NACH Yomi studies and an upcoming NACH Yomi celebration, and I’m confused what that means. Is that the same as

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Truths and realities

Hopes and dreams aren’t always realities; neither are realities always present in hopes and dreams. I’ve found out both are truly truths since moving here to our community’s Legacy Midtown

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Truths and realities

Hopes and dreams aren’t always realities; neither are realities always present in hopes and dreams. I’ve found out both are truly truths since moving here to our community’s Legacy Midtown

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Strength without venom

By Rabbi Dan LewinParashat Bo The focus of the Torah readings these past two weeks is the infamous 10 plagues, which reach a peak in this portion. They are the

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Recipes

Hanukkah/Thanksgiving Recipes

The miracle of Hanukkah, in more ways than one

By Ethel G. Hofman (JNS) Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights, is the eight-day celebration commemorating the rededication of the Second Temple in Jerusalem. We light each menorah candle to remember

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Hanukkah/Thanksgiving Recipes

Special Dessert Items for Hanukkah

By Tina Wasserman Whoever said that decorated cookie constructions have to look like a house with snow on the roof and Christmas trees in the front yard? I originally taught

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