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- Jacob Gurvis
‘Oh, to be in Awe again!’: US rabbis share their High Holiday messages

Here’s a glimpse of what rabbis across the country will say during these High Holidays. -- The post ‘Oh, to be in Awe again!’: US rabbis share their High Holiday…

- Andrew Silow-Carroll
High Holiday prayers not working for you? Try remixing metaphors.

Rabbi Toba Spitzer wants you to explore the poetry of the prayerbook, and ask what it means if God is a king, a fire or even a GPS. -- The…

- Larry Luxner
Reeling from Hurricane Fiona, Puerto Rican Jews prepare for a post-storm Rosh Hashanah — again

Local Jews are joining a relief effort to aid Puerto Rican communities that were devastated by the storm's flooding. -- The post Reeling from Hurricane Fiona, Puerto Rican Jews prepare…

- Ron Kampeas
Springtime for who? An Israeli satirical show shatters taboos by likening Itamar Ben-Gvir to Hitler

The shattering of taboos is a signal of the degree to which Israel's secular left dreads the prospect of Ben-Gvir in government. -- The post Springtime for who? An Israeli…

- Jackie Hajdenberg
For the High Holidays in 2022, synagogues are getting back to normal — whatever that means

Outdoor options and COVID contingency plans haven't gone away. -- The post For the High Holidays in 2022, synagogues are getting back to normal — whatever that means appeared first…

- Jacob Henry
After feeding New York’s Jewish poor, a nonprofit will head to White House food summit

Poverty is “really a public policy choice," says the head of Met Council. -- The post After feeding New York’s Jewish poor, a nonprofit will head to White House food…

- Julia Gergely
Wilf family, whose name adorns Yeshiva U’s main campus, criticizes school’s efforts to block LGBTQ club

"We steadfastly stand for tolerance, inclusion and justice, and reject discrimination of all kinds," said a statement from the family that was shared exclusively with the New York Jewish Week.…

- Ariel Zwang
The world’s attention may be flagging, but Ukraine’s Jews still need our help

Needs are spiking among the tens of thousands of Jews who aren't going anywhere, writes the head of the JDC. -- The post The world’s attention may be flagging, but…

- Ron Kampeas
A Capitol Hill hearing on antisemitism and big tech turned acrimonious — and ended with warnings about legislation

An international group of lawmakers questioned representatives from TikTok, Twitter and Meta, and didn’t get the answers that they wanted on regulating antisemitic content. -- The post A Capitol Hill…

- Andrew Lapin
Nazi sympathizer who stormed Capitol on Jan. 6 sentenced to 4 years in prison

The judge cited Timothy Hale-Cusanelli's history of antisemitic comments in handing down the sentence. -- The post Nazi sympathizer who stormed Capitol on Jan. 6 sentenced to 4 years in…

- asass
Try This Holocaust Survivor’s Beloved Honey Cake Recipe

This honey cake represents not only tradition and renewal in the New Year, but the endurance of survivors. Holocaust survivor ... The post Try This Holocaust Survivor’s Beloved Honey Cake…

- aseitz
Ketubot 84

The mishnah on today’s daf presents a disagreement:  One who died and left behind a wife, a creditor and heirs, ... The post Ketubot 84 appeared first on My Jewish…

- aseitz
Ketubot 83

Today we begin Chapter 9 of Tractate Ketubot, which starts with a discussion about a husband who relinquishes his claim ... The post Ketubot 83 appeared first on My Jewish…

- aseitz
Ketubot 82

As the eighth chapter of Ketubot comes to a close, the Gemara is discussing a line from a mishnah that ... The post Ketubot 82 appeared first on My Jewish…

- aseitz
Ketubot 81

Yesterday’s daf ended with a bit of a cliffhanger: Who bears responsibility for the cost of burying a levirate widow ... The post Ketubot 81 appeared first on My Jewish…

- aseitz
Ketubot 80

We have already learned that a husband has the right to the produce of his wife’s property. In English, this ... The post Ketubot 80 appeared first on My Jewish…

- Rachel Scheinerman
Ketubot 79

Midway through the game Zelda: Breath of the Wild, there’s a moment where you discover a mysterious island disconnected from ... The post Ketubot 79 appeared first on My Jewish…

- aseitz
Ketubot 78

My kids run a lemonade stand, and they’re very good at it. On a baked summer afternoon, you’ll often find ... The post Ketubot 78 appeared first on My Jewish…

- aseitz
Ketubot 77

Some pages of Talmud make you feel like you’re stranded in an endless desert, searching in desperation for any feature ... The post Ketubot 77 appeared first on My Jewish…

- Rachel Scheinerman
Alone in the Desert

The God of Israel became real to the Israelites in the desert. A seemingly barren world gave birth to a ... The post Alone in the Desert appeared first on…