UTJ President Rabbi David Novak discusses the need for creativity in Jewish Law with regard to intermarriage and conversion. From the Union for Traditional Judaism’s “Finding Love in the Jewish Community” at Long Beach Hotel in Long Beach, NY.

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Steven Bayme, Director of AJC’s Contemporary Jewish Life Department, suggests ways for the Orthodox community to respond to the challenges and realities of intermarriage. A program of the Union for Traditional Judaism at Long Beach Hotel in Long Beach, NY

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In the context of identity and intermarriage, Rabbi Asher Lopatin discusses ways to respond to Jews who don’t identify with Judaism. From the Union for Traditional Judaism Symposium on marriage at Long Beach Hotel, Long Beach, NY

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Sharon Weiss-Greenberg shares findings from her crowd-sourcing research on orthodox Jews’ feelings towards dating, and the language of “the Shidduch Crisis”.  From the Union for Traditional Judaism’s “Finding Love in the Jewish Community.” At Long Beach Hotel in Long Beach, NY.

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Temima Goldberg Shulman, award-winning writer and teacher, uses texts to explore the readings of women’s roles in Jewish text and how we can reread them.  What are the myths women are taught through Jewish texts, the central idea of sacrifice and martyrdom. ie What was God’s plan for marriage in Genesis; we are not two […]

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Rabbi Shai Held, Co-Founder and Dean of Mechon Hadar, discusses how the Torah sees in humanity the ability to improve the world through technology. From A Morning of Learning by Mechon Hadar and Schechter Westchester in Hartsdale, N.Y. 

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World-renowned Cantor Joseph Malovany performs beloved classic Jewish songs, lesser known Jewish songs, and a couple American classics at a concert at Congregation B’Nai Tikvah in North Brunswick, NJ. A program of The Tikvah for Israel Fund and Dr. Naomi Vilko.

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Looking at prayer as a technology, Rabbi Elie Kaunfer, asks how new is prayer? He looks at specific texts about the Amidah, discussing how prayer was initiated and conceived of in relation to sacrifice.

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Ina Yalof, author of “Food and the City” discusses the new appreciation for old-world Jewish recipies with with Ezra Glinter, editor of “Have I Got a Story for You”, food journalist Leah Koenig, and “The Gefilteria” founders Jeffrey Yoskowitz and Liz Alpern. A program of Jewish Book Council, Met Council, and Yeshiva University Museum, from […]

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Yiddishist and playwright Miriam Hoffman and her director/actor/producer son Avi Hoffman discuss their collaborations with The Joseph Papp Public Theater and the work they are doing to enhance the world of Yiddish. L’Chayim with Mark S. Golub.

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