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The Jewish News Weekly
Grateful Dead spirit at San Rafael seder
It very well could have been the kind of seder where the bitter herbs were blessed and then rolled into a joint and smoked.
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Sat Apr 19, 2014
Theater review: Between Friends
Play by Hagit Rehavi Nikolaevsky; based on the novel by Amos Oz; directed by Aya Kaplan Beersheva Theater, April 7. Communal activity begins and ends Between Friends, but of true community there is none.
Wed Apr 16, 2014
The Daily Advertiser
'Merry Christmas' bill would allow schools to celebrate winter holidays
Public schools would be able to display Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa and secular decorations and students and faculty could freely exchange such greetings if House Bill 876 becomes law.
Bill would allow nativity scenes in schools
Louisiana's public schools would be given explicit authority to put up nativity scenes and Christmas trees as part of a holiday display, under a proposal that received the backing of the House Education Committee.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Passover: Even the family pet's are going kosher for the holiday
Passover, the Jewish holiday, also known as Pesach in Hebrew, begins at sundown on Monday, April 14, and ends at nightfall on Tuesday, April 22. This eight day Jewish holiday is one of the most widely observed of the Jewish holidays next to Hanukkah.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
School holiday display bill clears SC House panel
South Carolina parents might very well see a menorah and a manger alongside a Christmas tree and even a Festivus pole from the TV show "Seinfeld" at their children's schools next winter if state legislation is passed.
The Jewish Journal
Matzah, en route to freedom
Why matzah? It is an improbable symbol for such a grand holiday. With none of the embracing symbolism of a sukkah or the beauty of a Chanukah menorah, the unassuming cracker is the centerpiece of Passover.
The Baltimore Sun
Layers of paint, textures, talent define Sugarloaf fest
As soon as you walk through the door, you know this couldn't be anything but an artist's studio.
Sun Apr 06, 2014
The "Not In Our Town" Town Struggles with Discrimination
Billings, Montana, is known as the "Not In Our Town" town based a 1994 populist response to efforts of white supremacists to establish a foothold, a response which garnered worldwide approval and put Billings on the map of human rights protagonists, but recent reluctance of the city council to support the 20th anniversary celebration of the event ... (more)
Sun Mar 30, 2014
The Burlington Free Press
Once upon a time, this was Annalee-Mas
This seems to be the month when I am writing about the great women who raised me.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
A special family tradition you look foward to
A special family tradition I look forward to and love is Kennebunkport, Maine. I love going to Maine because of the beach to swim in waves.