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Revisiting the Streets of Jewish Harlem

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Harlem was the third largest Jewish community in the world, second only to the Lower East Side and Warsaw.

Sukkah City, NY

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Camping out on the way to the Holy Land celebrated from Sunday evening, October 16th to Sunday evening, October 23 with the Jewish holiday Sukkot.

From Danceteria to The JCC: ‘70’s child, Rabbi’s daughter Shira Dicker finally had a Bat Mitzvah (party)

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A teenager of the 1970s who rebelled against the more conservative Jewish conventions is revisiting the “disco Judaism” of her h.s & college years. From series PKsofNY

Broadway play: Will our mobile phones turn us into Golem?

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Since the 19th Century, golems have lived in the streets & minds of New York City. Now, they live on your ear.

Moses make-over by animator Nina Paley will have you grooving

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Q & A with the animator

Nina Paley’s The Second Plague (Frogs)

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Passover keeps on giving up frogs. April 22-30th.

Moses Goes Down by Nina Paley

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Passover is coming– April 22-30! Video of Exodus 3-7 featuring Moses & the Burning Bush. Music by Louis Armstrong & Sy Oliver’s Orchestra

Hanukkah — Jerusalem (Out of Darkness comes Light) by Matisyahu

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Gentle and exhilerating

Hanukkah starts December 6th!

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Very popular Jewish holiday celebrates religious freedom & revival of beautiful worship.

Gay rabbi gives a Yom Kippur appeal to Pope Francis

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Rabbi Sharon Kleinbaum of Congregation Beit Simchat Torah hopes that the new openness means that the pope will “expand his view” to allow gay Catholics to have more space in their church.

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