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Tag Archives: reform temple
What’s the best outfit to crown God king while still feeling like a queen inside?
It’s almost Rosh Hashanah. What will the Zionists of the hot young female variety be wearing to shul on the days of awe? I need to know. Let’s say you are a 16-year old Jewish princess seeking your third boyfriend. … Continue reading
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Are You Ready For Some Torah?
Greg emails: Hi Luke, I think Rabbs as Howard Cosell is very evocative. He’s good at it, too. Rabbs, I think you would also qualify for the Mohammed Ali role. However, I must say I have a different vision. How … Continue reading
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Bee Swarm Closes Down Leo Baeck Religious School
It’s a Reform temple on Sepulveda, near the Getty museum. A swam of hundreds of bees closed the place one afternoon this week (Thursday?). I hear there’s a severe shortage of kosher-for-Passover margarine in Chicago and customers are limited to … Continue reading
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Standing In Unity At Sinai Temple
David Suissa writes in the Jewish Journal: The second event that has fueled my optimism happened at my friend Rabbi David Wolpe’s Sinai Temple. For those of you who were around about seven years ago, you might remember that a … Continue reading
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