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Yom Kippur, Israel and Turkey

By Leigh Nusbaum There is a saying in my High Holy Day siddur, the Gates of Repentance, that says, “For transgressions against God, the Day of Atonement atones; but for transgressions of one human…

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2 years ago 

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A Jewish New Year Resolution: Scaling Back Our Use of the “D” Word

By Leigh Nusbaum This is not a salvo—this is a challenge. This past year, both Jewish and secular, has been an incredible conundrum for Jews in Israel and the Diaspora. From the Arab Spring, to the…

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2 years ago 

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Sukkah:ATL Atlanta's Only Public Sukkah -- Come Join Us!


Atlanta-based Jewish Food Alliance, along with over a dozen community partners, erected its second annual public-space sukkah in Oakhurst Community Garden on Sunday,…
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2 years ago 

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Last day to send in your Elephant in the Room essays!

Today is the deadline to submit your entry for the Elephant in the Room contest. Many voices have already joined the conversation, but it’s still not complete. Have a different perspective on the…

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2 years ago 

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It’s All About Culture: The Elephant in the Room

Many writers approached the Elephant in the Room contest by discussing Jewish culture, both as a social and legal community: “What [Maimonides’s] list did was ensure that, whether we believe in God…

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2 years ago 

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Helen Schulman on This Beautiful Life

by Beth Kissileff Helen Schulman is the author of novel This Beautiful Life, her fifth novel, which takes on the contemporary issue of privacy and the Internet. The plot is ripped from the headlines…

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2 years ago 

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From the Big Bang to Baseball: The Elephant in the Room

Responses to the Elephant in the Room contest have taken us on quite a trip, from the ballpark to the circus to the birth of the universe. Whether you are working on your own entry or just discussing…

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2 years ago 

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Last Week for The Elephant in the Room!

There’s still time to get your essay in for the Elephant in the Room contest; the deadline’s October 7th, so be sure to send in your essay. To inspire you, here are a few more of our favorite…

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2 years ago 

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Jay Michaelson on the Elephant in the Room: “Belief in God” is not a Jewish Value

Judaism would be better off without the phrase “belief in God.” First, it is a Christian phrase, not a Jewish one, and it suggests that the essence of religion is faith – a Christian value. Second,…

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2 years ago 

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Why I AM Giving Money to the Atlanta Jewish Federation This Year

… and more than doubled my 2010 contribution.

My old blog post about not giving money to the Atlanta Jewish Federation (in 2011) and its criticisms, made a much bigger wave than…
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2 years ago 

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Yury Kanzburg: Reflections on the Invisible

Gennady Mesh, editor of the web magazine “Russian Globe” reviews new works by Yury Kanzburg. “All of man’s toil is for the sake of his mouth, yet his soul is never satisfied” – says Ecclesiastes. –…

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2 years ago 

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Jane Ziegelman on Food and the American Story

97 Orchard, by Jane Ziegelman, tells the story of five immigrant families living on Manhattan’s Lower East Side at the turn of the twentieth century. The stories of these Irish, Italian, German and…

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3 years ago 

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A Boy Named David

by Symi Rom-Rymer David, the recently released feature film directed by Joel Fendelman and written by Fendelman and Patrick Daly, sets out to tell one story, but ends up telling two. The first is…

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3 years ago 

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The AJC, the Supreme Court and Jennifer Rubin

by Theodore Samets Jennifer Rubin is angry. Really, really angry. What’s got Rubin, one of the loudest right-wing voices on Israel in the United States, with her perch at The Washington Post’s blog…

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3 years ago 

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Yom Kippur, Israel and Turkey

By Leigh Nusbaum There is a saying in my High Holy Day siddur, the Gates of Repentance, that says, “For transgressions against God, the Day of Atonement atones; but for transgressions of one human…

From: momentmagazine_wordpress_com from_feed

A Jewish New Year Resolution: Scaling Back Our Use of the “D” Word

By Leigh Nusbaum This is not a salvo—this is a challenge. This past year, both Jewish and secular, has been an incredible conundrum for Jews in Israel and the Diaspora. From the Arab Spring, to the…

From: momentmagazine_wordpress_com from_feed

Sukkah:ATL Atlanta's Only Public Sukkah -- Come Join Us!


Atlanta-based Jewish Food Alliance, along with over a dozen community partners, erected its second annual public-space sukkah in Oakhurst Community Garden on Sunday,…
From: blog_moderntribe_com from_feed

Last day to send in your Elephant in the Room essays!

Today is the deadline to submit your entry for the Elephant in the Room contest. Many voices have already joined the conversation, but it’s still not complete. Have a different perspective on the…

From: momentmagazine_wordpress_com from_feed

It’s All About Culture: The Elephant in the Room

Many writers approached the Elephant in the Room contest by discussing Jewish culture, both as a social and legal community: “What [Maimonides’s] list did was ensure that, whether we believe in God…

From: momentmagazine_wordpress_com from_feed

Helen Schulman on This Beautiful Life

by Beth Kissileff Helen Schulman is the author of novel This Beautiful Life, her fifth novel, which takes on the contemporary issue of privacy and the Internet. The plot is ripped from the headlines…

From: momentmagazine_wordpress_com from_feed

From the Big Bang to Baseball: The Elephant in the Room

Responses to the Elephant in the Room contest have taken us on quite a trip, from the ballpark to the circus to the birth of the universe. Whether you are working on your own entry or just discussing…

From: momentmagazine_wordpress_com from_feed

Last Week for The Elephant in the Room!

There’s still time to get your essay in for the Elephant in the Room contest; the deadline’s October 7th, so be sure to send in your essay. To inspire you, here are a few more of our favorite…

From: momentmagazine_wordpress_com from_feed

Jay Michaelson on the Elephant in the Room: “Belief in God” is not a Jewish Value

Judaism would be better off without the phrase “belief in God.” First, it is a Christian phrase, not a Jewish one, and it suggests that the essence of religion is faith – a Christian value. Second,…

From: momentmagazine_wordpress_com from_feed

Why I AM Giving Money to the Atlanta Jewish Federation This Year

… and more than doubled my 2010 contribution.

My old blog post about not giving money to the Atlanta Jewish Federation (in 2011) and its criticisms, made a much bigger wave than…
From: blog_moderntribe_com from_feed

Yury Kanzburg: Reflections on the Invisible

Gennady Mesh, editor of the web magazine “Russian Globe” reviews new works by Yury Kanzburg. “All of man’s toil is for the sake of his mouth, yet his soul is never satisfied” – says Ecclesiastes. –…

From: momentmagazine_wordpress_com from_feed

Jane Ziegelman on Food and the American Story

97 Orchard, by Jane Ziegelman, tells the story of five immigrant families living on Manhattan’s Lower East Side at the turn of the twentieth century. The stories of these Irish, Italian, German and…

From: momentmagazine_wordpress_com from_feed

A Boy Named David

by Symi Rom-Rymer David, the recently released feature film directed by Joel Fendelman and written by Fendelman and Patrick Daly, sets out to tell one story, but ends up telling two. The first is…

From: momentmagazine_wordpress_com from_feed

The AJC, the Supreme Court and Jennifer Rubin

by Theodore Samets Jennifer Rubin is angry. Really, really angry. What’s got Rubin, one of the loudest right-wing voices on Israel in the United States, with her perch at The Washington Post’s blog…

From: momentmagazine_wordpress_com from_feed

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