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Cantor marks 25+ years at Shearith Israel

Itzhak Zhrebker has filled hearts with Yiddishkeit By Deb Silverthorn  One of the highest notes of our community will be honored as the Small-Waldman-Cohen 2021-2022 Signature Series celebrates Hazzan Itzhak

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Dallas Doings

Dallas Doings: May 12th, 2022

CAT’s Weinberg Family  Golf Classic set for May 23 Congregation Anshai Torah’s fourth annual Weinberg Family Golf Classic tees off at 7:30 a.m. Monday, May 23, at The Lakes at

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The heroes in our lives

A very important word (and idea) in Hebrew is “giborim — heroes.” As we prepare for camp, we know that for many children their counselors are heroes — they look

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A message from the Holy Land

Dear Friends, I write to you from the holy city of Jerusalem. It’s still hard to believe I’m here after three years of attempting to travel here a number of

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Rectifying the world and ourselves

By Rabbi Dan LewinSefirat HaOmer We are deep in the period of the Jewish calendar known as Sefirat HaOmer, where every day (beginning at nightfall) there is a separate mitzvah

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A message from the Holy Land

Dear Friends, I write to you from the holy city of Jerusalem. It’s still hard to believe I’m here after three years of attempting to travel here a number of

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Rectifying the world and ourselves

By Rabbi Dan LewinSefirat HaOmer We are deep in the period of the Jewish calendar known as Sefirat HaOmer, where every day (beginning at nightfall) there is a separate mitzvah

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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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