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Nina and Sal read the Book of Lamentations On Tisha b'Av we mourn our lost Temple.Today’s Shofar Blast! Today's shofar blast. Share it with a friend!A.T. On The Road To Uman 2017 Uman at Rosh HaShanah time - there's nothing like it!Hoshana Rabbah! Dancing with the willows before next year's decree is sealed!Welcoming The Month of Joy! Musical Hallel to welcome the Hebrew month of Adar!
Nina’s Rosh Hashanah Cooking Show!
Shana Tova! Nina shares a brand-new recipe and two old favorites. On the menu: booze brisket, carrot soufflé and award-winning apple cake. Nina’s Annual Rosh Hashanah Cooking Show 🍎🍯🥃🥩Shana Tova! Welcome to Nina’s annual Rosh Hashanah cooking show! Where are you tuning in from? On the …
🍞❤️ Challah Bake with Nina!
Everything you knead to know.
Hero of Synagogue Shooting
“I scared the hell out of him.”
Modern Jews Are The Most Religious of All? – Hanukkah
Though many commandments are ignored these days, people go above and beyond for Hanukkah.
Why The High Priest Thought Hannah Was Drunk – Rosh Hashanah
A Holy Mistake In The Rosh Hashanah Liturgy
216,603 People Have Heard Our Shofar!
Over 200,000 people have heard Sal’s shofar!
How Nina Found Her Soulmate
Nina shares her story: how being a buddy led to finding and marrying her soulmate.
The Summer Solstice And Judaism – Bring On the Clouds!
The longest day of the year is a time when God’s presence is most concealed. Even on a hot, cloudless day, however, the Sages’ words of Torah aroused moisture in the air, which in turn created the beautiful semblance of a rainbow.
Christmas In Jerusalem With My Beautiful Mom
Good Shabbos! Ten years ago today, I toured the Old City of Jerusalem on Christmas Day with Mom. My film “When Do We Eat?” was playing in the Jerusalem Jewish Film Festival, and Mom seized the chance to visit Israel with me – something we’d never done together.
My Soul Is Not A Thing – It’s A Channel
The night I experienced the reality of my soul.
Hanukkah in Germany, 1931
Directly across from the Posner home stood the Nazi headquarters. With the eight lights of the menorah glowing brightly in her window, Rabbi Posner’s wife, Rachel, snapped a photo of it and captured the Nazi flag in the background.
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