Tu Bishvat: Interfaith Friendly, Jewish in Nature

A local foodie in rural Massachusetts created a Tu Bishvat seder that could include his partner who was not Jewish and their Jewish friend and friends who were not Jewish.

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Rabbis Can Love Christmastime Too

I am a rabbi and I love Christmastime. I love the twinkling lights in the cool dark nights. I love listening to carolers sing of joy and hope as I sip my spiced cider or hot chocolate. I love that everyone greets each other more than any other time of the year. (I am, however, […]

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Ketubah

My sisters, Michelle (far right) and Carolyn (in blue), with a portrait Michelle painted for our High School I come from a family of artists. My mom’s grandfather was an amazing painter. My dad’s brother is the cartoonist for Sally Forth. Dave, my brother, runs the Combat Paper Program from the Printmaking Center of NJ. […]

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Four Worlds, Four People: Tu Bishvat Seder With Meaning

Why a Tu Bishvat seder has a lot to offer for 20- and 30-somethings (and you!).

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Happy New Year! Happy New Year! Happy New Year! Happy New Year!

Doesn’t it seem like Jews are always wishing each other a Happy New Year? That’s because the Hebrew calendar includes 4 different New Years!

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$8 Salad: Composed for Tu Bishvat

A perfect salad recipe, highlighting the celebrated fruit and nuts of the season.

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Why Tu Bishvat is the Tree Holiday

An explanation of Tu Bishvat and why it celebrates trees and the environment.

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Three Tu Bishvat Haggadot

Haggadahs for Tu Bishvat, aimed at little kids, children, and teens / adults.

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